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Neuro Rehab Expo 2016

Posted in Courses & Conferences on 14th Jun 2016

ACNR-MJJ16-full-PDF-32aThe Neurological Rehabilitation Expo is at the ExCeL London on the 15th & 16th June 2016, this is the UK’s top event for neurologists, physiotherapists, biomechanists, professionals working in acquired brain injury, rehabilitation medicine specialists or any neurological rehabilitation professionals.

This unique event is completely free to attend and provides visitors with seminars, workshops, live demos, interactive features and world class experts. From virtual reality to human-robot interfaces, bionic exoskeletons to neurosensory monitoring and gait rehabilitation to an anti-gravity treadmill, the event brings the very latest developments, leading world-class experts and newest technology under one roof. Visitors will get the opportunity to see, touch, feel and try out first hand some of the newest developments from around the globe.

The Neuro Rehab Expo is also proud to announce Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research as their official charity for 2016, they will be exhibiting at the show and also welcome Kirsten Hart and Ruth Peachment from the National Spinal Injury Centre to the show talking about “Restorative Therapies for Spinal Cord Injuries”. ACNR will be exhibiting again for 2016, find us at the show on stand 24.

The show is completely free to attend; visitors just need to register for their ticket via the website www.neurorehabexpo.co.uk. The event also runs alongside COPA (physical rehabilitation), Elite Sports Rehab and Elite Sports Performance. Your free neuro ticket gives you full access across all these adjoining shows, providing a wealth of opportunities you might not have come across before. We look forward to seeing you there!

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ACNR 2015;16(2):32. Published online 14/6/16

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