Strathclyde’s Centre for Rehabilitation Technology on BBC Click
It was fantastic to see the University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Rehabilitation Technology featured on a recent episode of BBC Click, which explored the use of technology in aiding stroke recovery. Watch here.
Dr Andrew Kerr’s community-focused biomedical rehabilitation clinic offers people who have had strokes the chance to try robotic and gaming equipment for their injuries. This includes the Motek HERO Solution, a 5-system solution for functional movement rehabilitation, and a Vicon motion capture laboratory.
“Ultimately what we’re trying to do is create technologies that are not just for people who can afford it, but they can have it in their local leisure centres, in their own home, so we’re trying to use these experiences to make the technology more widely-accessible. That’s the ultimate mission for us.”
The HERO Solution at your facility
Medically certified, the HERO Solution enables you to treat patients on functional strength, gait and balance, coordination and motor control to improve mobility problems caused by neurological, orthopaedic, muscular, cardiovascular or other conditions such as long-COVID after COVID-19 infection.