Success stories

Within the five years of development there have been a lot of positive results with the usage of the Naggl during physiotherapy.

The results have shown that.

  • 100% of the biggest cases (phase 4 and 5) of cerebral palsy patients, which required 24 hours of bed care, have improved in mobility.
  • 65% of patients with a complete treatment are able to walk independently.
  • The method of treatment is more effective, sustainable and cheaper than current resources.

Here are some personal results form patients whom have used this product during their recovery.


NAGGL mini for increased stability

This Naggl was used by a girl which suffered brain damage due to lack of oxygen because of a near-drowning accident. The patient experienced severe spastic muscular paralysis, this made mobility much more difficult. The seat and ventral trunk stabilisation of the Naggl allows the patient to regulate and partially control the usage of their muscles. By using the product she was able to achieve an increased stability of the head and the trunk. Due to the modifications in preference to the patient, the level of compliance increased to partake in the physiotherapy.


NAGGL Adult for increased mobility

This Naggl was used by a man which suffered acute trauma with a fracture of the right hip joint. On the left side of his body, he has been suffering from the residues of a stroke for years. When the patient was admitted for rehabilitation, they were no longer able to sit at the at the edge of the bed for more than 2 minutes due to the long postoperative immobility. After approximately 6 weeks of initial therapy with a Naggl adult, we were able to discharge the patient back home with the ability to walk without any mobility aid.


NAGGL mini with high modifiability

This Naggl was used by a girl which suffered from spinal cord damage due to inflammation (transverse myelitis). She has a flaccid paralysis of the left arm and does not have a lot of strength within the lower body. Due to difficulties with breathing, she breathes through a tracheostoma. We modified the NAGGL with a highly customizable head, lower body and arm support which illustrates the high modifiability of the base body of the NAGGL to the needs of the patients. At the end of her 6 month stay she was able to walk short distances whilst holding her mother’s hand.