Jan 16, 2020
Home run for stroke innovation
Musculoskeletal pain caused by spinal disorders reportedly costs the US health care system US$874bn per year, and is the most common cause of severe long-term pain and disability…
The swallowing disorder dysphagia is experienced in as many as 93 per cent of people admitted to brain injury rehab centres (Hansel et al, 2008)…
A paper published earlier this year reaffirmed the value of exercise in slowing Parkinson’s disease…
A new study has raised the prospect of artificial intelligence being used in intensive care after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Swedish innovation the Mollii Suit is helping neuro- rehab patients with a range of conditions to regain lost functions and boost their quality of life, as Richard Welch explains here.
An idea conceived by a psychologist in northern Spain is now helping to transform rehab outcomes across the world. NR Times reports on NeuronUP.
US engineers have invented a robotic device which could be a game-changer in helping people with spinal cord injuries (SCIs) to sit comfortably.
Jan 11, 2020
MOTIONrehab believes in using technology that can help and promote rehabilitation. It is essential...
Dec 4, 2019
With the pace of exoskeleton development picking up, 2020 could be a breakthrough year in terms of their widespread use in rehab, writes Deborah Johnson.
Oct 9, 2019
An innovation which brings patients and professionals closer together is threatening to shake up stroke care in the UK, as Ethan Sisterson reports.
Oct 8, 2019
The super suit that’s transforming rehabilitation for children…