2022 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand


MOTIONrehab is proud to share Clinical Director, Sarah Daniel has been invited by Cantley Medical and Tyromotion to present at the 2022 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand’s (RMSANZ) 5th Annual Scientific Meeting. 

The Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia & New Zealand 5th Annual Scientific Meeting (RMSANZ 2022) is being held from 7th – 10th June 2022 at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC), QLD. 

MOTIONrehab Clinical Director, Sarah Daniel

The theme for RMSANZ 2022 is Forging Alliances – New Horizons. In the midst of cataclysmic carnages that Covid-19 has wrought upon society and health system, this theme speaks to the precious, enduring bond  we have with our patients and with one  another, the unfolding and expanding possibilities arising from a paradigm-shifting event, as well as heralding the collaborative and inter-disciplinary nature of future rehabilitation practice both in the hospital setting and in the communities. 

The Conference Committee has worked hard to bring delegates an exciting and fresh program. Including international and national leaders in the field of rehabilitation, the program includes time to share knowledge, skills and experiences, to network, and to enjoy all the attractions that Gold Coast has to offer.

The session which Sarah is presenting and now sold out is called – Rehabilitation Robotics, Not just for the large organizations!  Learn how easy it is to integrate robotics into your clinic and improve your patients outcomes.

The session is an introduction to Robotic devices used for upper and lower limb rehabilitation with Cantley Medical, Sarah Daniels, Director of MOTIONrehab Clinics, UK and Vicki Abraham, Director of Abraham OT Services, Melbourne as they explain how these devices can be easily integrated into clinics and hospitals as part of the informative session.

The presentation will include a worldwide update, including the latest trends in rehabilitation that are now normal practice in Europe and UK will be covered, as well as how these devices are being used globally to achieve amazing outcomes for patients.