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Interview: Robot-assisted therapy in neurology at Helios Klinik Hattingen

Michael Klein, Therapy Management and Planning Services at Helios Klinik Hattingen, was recently interviewed by Medica about the benefits of using robotics

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Cardiff University’s Sensor Physiotherapy Intervention research group

Cardiff University have recently launched the Sensor Physiotherapy Intervention (SPIN) Research Group, which incorporates a team of Clinical Engineers and

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The countdown is on for RehabWeek 2019 in Toronto, Canada

Meet our partners Hocoma and Motek at RehabWeek 2019, the week-long event held from 24 – 28 June in Toronto. RehabWeek unites the most inspiring,

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VR used to help injured military personnel at the DNRC & DMRC

The DMRC revealed its state-of-the-art rehabilitation facilities for the first time thanks to coverage from multiple news outlets this week, including a

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National Spinal Injuries Centre using the Hocoma Andago in clinical trial

We are pleased to be working with the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, who will be trialling the Hocoma Andago with their own

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Open day at the Brain and Spinal Injury Centre (BASIC) on May 20th

Have you ever wanted to try out virtual reality rehabilitation technology? Make sure you don't miss out on the open day hosted at the Brain and Spinal

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“Increasing intensity in rehabilitation” with StrokeEd Collaboration

We are looking forward to exhibiting at “1000 Reps – Increasing Intensity in Rehabilitation Workshop”, organised by the neurological rehabilitation

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Cardiff University using Motek GRAIL to research improving physiotherapy

Recent ITV News coverage shows how Cardiff University are using their Motek GRAIL system (Gait Realtime Analysis Interactive Lab) to research improving

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18th Annual Meeting Of The Clinical Movement Analysis Society

Summit Medical and Scientific are pleased to be attending CMAS 2019, the 18th annual meeting of the Clinical Movement Analysis Society. Hosted at

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