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Demystifying human performance from elite athletes to older people

Join Motek on 7th December at 1pm CET for a free webinar: "Demystifying human performance from elite athletes to frail older people". This presentation

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New research improving rehabilitation for stroke survivors at Strathclyde

We were delighted to see the Motek HERO Solution featured as part of the recent piece "New research improving rehabilitation for stroke survivors" by STV

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Research report: Rehabilitation of COVID-19 patients, a feasibility study

A recent feasibility study shows that the Motek HERO Solution can help to significantly decrease fatigue and dyspnea in COVID-19 patients, in just 12 weeks

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Use of VR and robotics in paediatric rehab: research & clinical application

Join experts from Gillette Children's Speciality Healthcare on 12th October at 12pm EDT (5pm BST) for the latest insightful webinar from Hocoma. Register

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Latest research from the University of Edinburgh featuring Cometa EMG

The University of Edinburgh has recently published "Effect of water depth on muscle activity and stride duration when walking in the water at different

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Innovations in Sports Research using Advanced Rehabilitation Technology

The latest free webinar from our partner Motek will be held on 1st June at 2pm UK time (3pm GMT +2), entitled: "Innovations in Sports Research using

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Effect of Wearing Ankle Weights on Underwater Treadmill Walking

In this freely accessible article, published by Incheon National University in Korea, you can find some nice insights on ankle weights wearing in underwater

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Webinar available: perturbation training principles and evidence

In Motek's recent online session "perturbation training: underlying principles and clinical evidence", guest speakers from Maastricht University presented

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Postdoctural Research Fellow opportunity in Parkinson’s research

Following the recent announcement that the University of Exeter's VSimulators facility would be used in groundbreaking research funded by Parkinson's UK,

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