How advanced technology can help overcome challenges in arm rehabilitation

Rehabilitation training should begin as soon as possible and comprise hundreds of repetitions per session.

After a stroke, the brain requires copious practice to properly relearn an arm or hand movement. Ideally, rehabilitation training should begin as soon as possible and comprise hundreds of repetitions per session. But how are these figures achievable when any movement exhausts the patient, especially in the early stages of recovery?

In this 1 hour webinar we will discuss:

  • experience using advanced technology to administer safe, early, and intensive arm and hand therapy that keeps patients motivated
  • get insight in methods and trends in arm rehabilitation

Meet our host and guest speakers

Dr. Clemens Müller,
Head of Clinical Education at Hocoma AG, lecturer of health science & technology at ETH Zürich and leads the education workgroup of the International Industry Society in Advanced Rehabilitation Technology (IISART)

Prof. Dr. Nick Ward

Consultant Neurologist
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London
University College London, UK

OT Stephanie Salentine

Clinical Development Coordinator
Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, Wheaton, US

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