Gloreha Aria is a sensor-based therapy device designed for motor recovery of impaired upper limb.
Gloreha Aria offers specific programs that help patients to move arm, wrist and fingers. Therapists can customize therapy by focusing on a specific motor task.
Gloreha Aria is equipped with sensors* that can detect any movements in space: the software processes and displays them on the screen. Patients can perform motivational and challenging games. Based on performances, difficulty levels are automatically adjusted.
Specific exercises train cognitive abilities such as attention skills, problem-solving, memory, shifting skills, selective attention, visuo-spatial exploration, etc. The combination of motor and cognitive tasks also trains the divided attention, a skill of essential importance to perform many ADLs.
A dynamic support partially or totally compensates for patient’s arm, that is free to float in space.
The ergonomic shape of the table and the automatic height adjustment of the work surface optimize patient’s position.
An integrated touchscreen PC provides a user-friendly control panel for therapists and an intuitive feedback interface for the patient.