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Some of our clinical and scientific references

Hellmuth & Thiel Praxis – Why Gloreha met our needs
“what we liked the most about Gloreha is that it has different concepts, very important is the AOT therapy with which we can treat patients without active movement”
“We notice, especially in patients with spasticity, that this system is very well indicated to start the movement and than take over it step by step”

Gloreha at Hellmuth & Thiel Praxis -Type of patients and clinical goals
“Gloreha glove offers the patient the possibility to feel the object, grasp it autonomously and to benefit of a high quality proprioception stimulation”

Anne Katrin Lauer – My clinical experience with Gloreha
“It is possible to work early and rapidly at the beginning according to the patient residual motor skills in order to promote neuroplasticity”

Gloreha at Hellmuth & Thiel Praxis – A modern facility for neuro patients
“The patients we treat are mainly neurological and the stroke is the clinical case we treat the most”

Hellmuth & Thiel Praxis – Case study Mrs Renate Rachel
“I have been treated with this device too. It was good and I can say that it made me make progress, it led to a lot of improvements”

Hellmuth & Thiel Praxis – Case study Mr Uwe Paul
“We notice that during the therapy the hand is softer, especially during extension, the tone decreases considerably and at the same time the muscular tensions relaxes”

Hellmuth & Thiel Praxis – Case Study Mr Jörg Kick
“Gloreha gave me the possibility to move again my fingers selectively”

Interview with Dr. Molteni
“The movement is experienced, imagined and perceived by the patient, thanks to the execution of activities the glove makes possible”

Gloreha at Center Fizioterapija Ljubljana – Tatiana
“I chose Gloreha because it allows the clients to really feel and manipulate the object (…) And also, bimanual or bilateral activities, for example pouring some water into the glass and drinking, or putting toothpaste on a toothbrush and so on

Gloreha at Center Fizioterapija Ljubljana – Mersad Case Study
“After the therapy, his pinch movement improved of about 25% in our test, which is a huge improvement of the pinch.

Gloreha at Center Fizioterapija Ljubljana – Miha Case Study
“An aim of his rehabilitation for the upper limb is to get a little bit more of dexterity of the whole upper extremity, so not just the hand (…) To achieve his goals, with Gloreha we have been using grasping exercises, selective movement exercises, pinch exercises, and exercises for manipulation of the object

Prosperius Tiberino Institute: Dr. Milia – Gloreha clinical experience
“It is a technological instrument that can be used also in recreating small everyday gestures in patients who may have lost them due to neurodegenerative diseases”

Prosperius Tiberino Institute: Case Study – Mr. Sergio Andreani
“The goal is to stimulate the neuronal synapses that have remained silent after harmful event and, than, lead to a completion of the activity and action”

Prosperius Tiberino Institute: Dr. MIlia – Robots for neurorehabilitation
“… In this context we have included the robot Gloreha, in my opinion very simple in its use, but at the same time it enables us to treat patients with a very important pathological complexity”

Gloreha au Centre Jacques Calvé

Gloreha al Centro di riabilitazione Santa Maria Bambina di Oristano: intervista al dott. Tomas Dore

Gloreha al Centro di riabilitazione Santa Maria Bambina di Oristano: intervista a Federica Sanna

Gloreha al Centro di riabilitazione Santa Maria Bambina di Oristano: intervista a Gabriella Casu

La storia di Sulleman – Gloreha al Centro di riabilitazione Santa Maria Bambina di Oristano

La storia di Angela – Gloreha al Centro di riabilitazione Santa Maria Bambina di Oristano

Interview with Dr. Crupi, Dr. Di Iorio and Dr. Strati
“Gloreha is for treatment of cerebral ischemia and cognitive deficit of various level”

Flavia Case Study, interview with physiotherapist Mazzullo and neuropsychomotor therapist Spagnolo
“The treatment has led to an increase in the speed of execution (…), an increase in the duration of sustained attention and an improvement in coordination”

Alina and Maria Twins Case Study, Interview with speech therapist Tortora and psychomotor therapist Pintaudi
“Being an interactive machine, Gloreha is well accepted by children”

Domenico Case Study, Interview with physiotherapist Mazzullo
“The treatment with the glove allows the ROM to remain stable (…) The visual stimulus given by the screen allows the activation of the mirror neurons”

Bogdan Case Study, Interview with Dr. Cucinotta
“He started using Gloreha technique with excellent results, to enhance both the cognitive and the motor area”

Gloreha: how to manage spasticity on neurological patients – Interview with Dr. Bissolotti
“I had the opportunity to realize how much the robotics, in particular Gloreha Sinfonia, was able to quickly act to the mutual satisfaction of the clinician and the patient (…) In particular, within a few sessions, it was immediately possible to record a reduction in focal spasticity / hypertonus with a significant reduction in the Ashworth scale values”

Carlo Story Gloreha after Covid 19 –  Interview with Carlo Dr. Bissolotti
“I arrived that I did not move my hand completely, zero, there was no signal but we saw both with the physiotherapists and with Dr. Bissolotti that doing the therapy with Gloreha there was an improvement, an improvement I have seen”

Gloreha on patients with Parkinson disease – Interview with Dr. Bissolotti
“Gloreha Aria is a virtual reality device that allows to take advantage of a series of interactive games based on a well-integrated and enhanced sensor with the construction of rehabilitation games tailored to motor and also cognitive stimulation with respect to the functional use of the upper limb”

Gloreha on patients with spinal cord injury – Interview with Dr. Bissolotti
“In these patients [spinal cord injury – complete lesion], Gloreha Sinfonia device was however useful in preventing tertiary damages, treating negative symptoms and also maintaining, thanks to the three-dimensional visualization, a sort of appropriate representation of the body scheme in premotor areas.”

The Advantages of Robotic Rehabilitation – Interview with Dr. Bissolotti
“It [Gloreha Sinfonia] can also accompany the person in the execution of a more realistic gesture because by using the robotic glove the patient can simulate not only virtually on the PC screen but also physically on the rehabilitation table, the grip and release of objects that simulate activities of daily living”

Gloreha Sinfonia: Motor Imagery and Bilateral Mirror Training – Interview with Dr. Bissolotti
“… It is even possible to set up bimanual activities such that the game based on mirror neurons and on the exploitation of hemispheric interconnections is strengthened by this double strategy that can be exploited thanks to Gloreha Sinfonia”



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