Innovations in Neurological Rehabilitation
February 28 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
We live in a time when automation and artificial intelligence are set to become more and more integrated into every aspect of our lives. These changes have the potential to drastically affect every one of us. Healthcare will not be immune to these developments even if most health care professionals may be somewhat sheltered from the wider international picture of technology development and adoption.
Internationally, whilst rehabilitation technologies are becoming firmly established, the UK has been slower to adopt these new assistive tools. There are practical reasons – cost, complexity, ideology, accessibility, technology integration as well as the natural fear of people being replaced by robots.
It is therefore important for clinicians to understand that technology is not a threat but an opportunity to improve health and working conditions. Forward thinking clinicians are unlikely to be replaced by assistive technology, but technology will be another tool in the belt to improve outcomes and make treatment safer and more efficient. Let us show you how that can work.
Who is this for?
Anybody who works in rehabilitation:
Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Consultants in Rehabilitation Medicine, Neuropsychologists, Service Leaders and Managers
- Technology here and now – what can we immediately access to improve service delivery?
- Functional electrical stimulation for hand and gait rehabilitation, including practical demonstrations
- New concepts in the assessment and treatment of visuomotor problems
- How dynamic body weight support can improve treatment efficiency and release resources
What you will gain
- Insight into new technologies
- An improved understanding of the impacts of rehabilitation technologies on your future in healthcare
Physiotherapist and Medical Device Specialist
Matthew is a highly experienced Physiotherapist and Medical Device Specialist. Graduating from the University of Liverpool in 2002, Matthew has gained great experience in rehabilitation in both public and private hospitals / practices in the UK and Australia. As an International Sales Manager with Bioness, Matthew works closely with key international hospitals and clinicians, as well as developers, manufacturers and suppliers of rehabilitation technology so is very well placed to present this subject.