MOTIONrehab are proud to announce that they will be presenting twice at the 11th  World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, which is to be held as a digital event this year.

On the 7th of October MOTIONrehab have an ePoster presentation, ‘Innovation in Stroke Rehabilitation’. The poster and pre-recorded talk details the development and implementation of the  unique intensive rehabilitation programme at their Morley Clinic in Leeds.  The pre-recorded talk presents outcome data and the future plans for the service.

On the 8th October 2020, MOTIONrehab’s Director, Sarah Daniel has been invited by the International Industry Society for Advanced Rehabilitation Technology (IISART), to join a panel of experts in a workshop and discussion forum.  The workshop will focus on the inclusion of artificial intelligence into rehabilitation technology, with the goal to support the clinicians not only in their physical labour, but also with their clinical decision making. The discussion will explore concerns that these developments are faced with a certain degree of fear, or at least reservations by many clinicians. The goal of the workshop is to reduce these barriers and to facilitate the uptake of technologies in the rehabilitation community.

Sarah will be joining Dr. Alberto Esquenazi, Department Chair and Chief Medical Officer at MossRehab, Philadelphia, USA, and Dr. Lesley Holdsworth, Clinical Lead for Digital Health & Care at The Scottish Government.

Sarah will provide input from a the therapeutic perspective, share her experience of staff engagement and development, as well as providing opinion on her future vision of how increasing the intelligence of software and rehab robots could help in the daily work with patients and promote clinical outcomes. MOTIONrehab’s continued experience consistently demonstrates our vision of high intensity rehabilitation augmented by robotic and VR rehabilitation technology enhances functional outcomes for patients. 

It is a great honor to receive the invitation and MOTIONrehab are proud to be involved.