The webinar on Wednesday will examine the challenges and opportunities in neurorehab now and into the future
The new PING approach could help treat some of the most challenging and complex neurological diseases
How one stroke survivor was helped to rebuild his life through traditional and robotic-led therapies at Askham Rehab
Calls come after a first-of-its-kind study reveals at least one in three people are living with clinical levels of loneliness post-stroke
AviadoBio has secured investment to further its pioneering work into frontotemporal dementia and ALS
In the UK, the average patient will see a GP around seven times a year, according to the Royal College of GPs. This is a rise from...
Physical exertion can also be significant in the immediate run-up to a stroke, the INTERSTROKE study has found
The new Care and Rehabilitation Centre in Surrey, developed by Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF), has won 2 international CEDIA awards for its innovative...
Rachel Charles discusses the power and potential of technology in neurorehabilitation
Huge breakthrough in support for people with brain injuries comes after Chris Bryant MP introduced the ABI Bill
GripAble, the company behind the digital mobile assessment and rehabilitation platform, has strengthened its clinical team with the appointment of hand therapist Liz Gwynne. An occupational...
The importance of educating players, coaches, referees, doctors and the public about dangers of concussion in football is highlighted
Dementia Carers Count (DCC) is a national charity offering free, life-changing, practical support for families living with dementia. The charity has just launched its new Virtual...
The Trinity College Dublin research has been hailed as being "extremely valuable" with "enormous" implications
Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a rare and severe type of spinal stenosis where all the nerves in the lower back suddenly become severely compressed Speaking...
Vicki Gilman, chair of BABICM, shares her priorities for the organisation as case management looks to a new future
People with moderate dementia performed better when surrounded by their usual clutter, a new study has revealed