Summit Medical and Scientific are proud to support the 11th Kent Regional Brain Injury Conference, which will be hosted at the Post-Graduate Education Centre at Kent & Canterbury Hospital and on Zoom on Friday 2nd October from 9:15 – 17:00.

We will be representing our partners Hocoma and Motek, who are market leaders in the fields of neurological rehabilitation and robotic technology.

Speakers include Chris Bryant, MP and Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injury, and Professor Alberto Esquenazi from the Moss Rehab Centre in Philadelphia who will be speaking about opportunities of robotic innovation in mobility rehabilitation.

The event is free and will run in a hybrid form, with social distancing in place at the conference. Attendees have the choice to attend in person or view remotely over Zoom. To register online please click here. For more information please contact Dr Sakel at

About Hocoma

Hocoma is the global market leader for robotic and sensor-based devices for functional movement therapy.

Hocoma‘s devices include the Erigo robotic verticalisation device (as featured in main image), the Lokomat robotic-assisted gait trainer, the Armeo range of upper limb rehabilitation devices, the Andago free-moving mobile body weight support system (featured below), and the ValedoMotion smart medical therapy sensor for the back.

Summit Medical and Scientific were appointed as Hocoma’s UK partner in May 2018, and you can find out more about Hocoma here.

About Motek

Motek is the global market leader in treadmill-based gait analysis and training, combining almost 20 years of experience in high-level technology and virtual reality. Motek excel in building the most versatile devices, integrating latest technologies and ensuring real-time data collection and feedback.

Motek‘s devices include the augmented and virtual reality instrumented C-Mill treadmill (featured below),  the Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment, the Gait Realtime Analysis Interactive Lab, the M-Gait modular instrumented dual-belt treadmill, and the RYSEN which is the next generation of 3D body weight support. Read more.