A device that was recently named ‘garden shed’ invention of the year is offering a new alternative to stroke survivors, as NR Times reports.
Russian neurotechnology developers visited the UK recently to forge new ties with neuro-rehab professionals. Andrew Mernin reports on their innovations and intentions.
It’s 100 years since Otto Bock created an orthopaedic tech firm in Berlin to help soldiers wounded in WWI. Just as it did then, his company...
A young entrepreneur from Bristol is aiming to revolutionise air travel for disabled people, including those affected by brain and spinal injuries and conditions.
NR Times reports on an innovative solution to an age-old domestic problem facing many people in wheelchairs.
Advances in technology are helping to open up the world like never before for people who rely on mobility assistance, as NR Times discovers.
The team at the Elysium Neurocare facility at Badby Park, Daventry, share how they are exploring the use of technology for the benefit of patients.
An Austrian start-up is using mobile devices and the brain’s inability to separate the real from the imagined to help stroke patients. NR Times meets Rewellio...
How consumer gadgets can dramatically improve life after severe injury, with a bit of clever tinkering.
The brain injury technology University College London has been working on for eight years looks decidedly unremarkable. Barely noticeable in the neonatal skyline of equipment is...