Sinfonia is the most advanced device for functional hand rehabilitation, equipped with a robotic glove able to mobilize fingers, detect patient’s active movements and perform mirror bimanual training.
Sinfonia robotic glove can work in different modes:
BIMANUAL MIRROR TRAINING: thanks to Sinfonia, even the hemiplegic patient can actively guide the exercise. The movements of his 'healthy' hand are recognized by the device and reproduced on the contralateral limb through the robotic glove.
PASSIVE: finger flexion and extension are generated by the robotic glove according to customizable parameters. Mobilization is supported by multi-sensory stimulation (3D animation, sound effects, musical accompaniment, voice guidance, interaction with objects) to ensure patient involvement and to extend the cortical areas reached by neuroplasticity mechanisms.
ACTIVE-ASSISTED: proposed exercises require the patient to initiate a motor task autonomously; the robotic glove follows the patient's activity and the motorized system intervenes to help only when necessary. Performance indicators give immediate feedback on the patient's degree of autonomy in flexion and extension.
ACTIVE: Serious games motivate the patient to do his best to exploit his distal active ROM. Exercises train fist closing, hand opening, single finger flexion-extension, and tridigital pinch. Intuitive graphs at the end of the exercise show the patient and therapist the recorded trend, session after session.
THERAPIST-DRIVEN MOBILIZATION: Sinfonia allows the therapist to wear a glove endowed with sensors to dynamically guide the movement of the passive mobilization glove on the patient's hand.