Sarah presented ‘A Year in Review’ following the successful launch of the UK’s first Intensive Neurological Rehabilitation Centre augmented with Robotics and VR. Sarah shared her knowledge on what it takes to launch a successful clinic, the research and evidence base for high repetition rehabilitation, the imitation that has followed and most importantly how robotics has enabled her team to deliver the best possible outcomes for MOTIONrehab clients through truly high-repetition and motivating intensive rehabilitation.
MOTIONrehab’s award winning Intensive Neurological Rehabilitation centre based in Leeds was the UK’s first highly Intensive Outpatient and Residential* Neurological Rehabilitation facility augmented by Robotics, Sensor-based and Virtual Reality devices. The centre in Leeds has been recognised by the Financial Times, Google and leading European policy makers as one of the Top 100 companies for pioneering Digital Innovation in Europe.
MOTIONrehab was selected for technological innovation, its role in leading digital change, and in challenging an industry sector with a disruptive business model. MOTIONrehab has been recognised as a pioneer in the field of rehabilitation by ‘Europe’s Road to Growth list’ supported by Google and the Financial Times, which aims to highlight organisations and companies that are tackling the challenge of digitalisation and taking advantage of new technologies in ground-breaking and interesting ways.
The MOTIONrehab Intensive Neurological Rehabilitation centre includes a range of upper and lower limb robotics and virtual reality technology. The MOTIONrehab centre is the only location within UK with all of these particular devices, giving the clinic International Reference Centre Status for treatment, teaching and research.
The concept offers patients specialist one to one hands-on therapy from experienced and highly skilled clinicians. Uniquely, MOTIONrehab clients also spend time training with the robotic, sensor based and virtual reality devices individually and in groups. This allows patients to practice high repetitions of movements which is critical to neuro-plasticity and the optimisation of outcomes.
For more information, or to book an assessment at MOTIONrehab’s Intensive Neurological Rehabilitation Centre, please call 0800 8600 138 or email: [email protected]