The team of the IRCCS Neurolesi Institute of Messina is carrying on with its research work. In this interesting article the effectiveness of our NIRVANA virtual reality system in the treatment of patients with Parkinson’s is shown.
Stroke is a disabling condition involving the reduction of the quality of life and autonomy of the person. Today during the World Stroke Day 2018 we want to remind the strengths of our immersive virtual reality system NIRVANA.
On October 25th and 26th we will join ORTO Medical Care (Hall 4 IFEMA) through its partner Origen Biomedica with a booth where our P-WALK will be presented. Come and meet us, we are waiting for you.
On 25-27 October we will be at Rééduca Paris 2018, a very important congress whose main objective is to bring professionals to physio-kinesitherapy. It is also an opportunity to present scientific and practical contents and to participate in debates highlighting the experience of professionals in this sector.
On 5-6 October we joined through our partner Origen Biomedica the 49th National Congress of Podology to be held at Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones De Galicia in Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
From 9 to 13 October we will be at the annual Meeting AACPDM (American Society for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine) which will be held at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Another multidisciplinary team of physiotherapists, neuropsychologists, therapists and researchers is ready to use our immersive reality system NIRVANA in their clinical routine. The association “La Nostra Famiglia” of Bosisio Parini (Lecco, Italy) bought a second Nirvana system to be integrated in their rehabilitation programs
From 3 to 6 October we will join the XVIII Medical Congress AMLAR that will take place in Guayaquil (Ecuador).
From 3 to 6 October we will be at the XIX SIAMOC Annual Congress (Italian Society of Clinical Movement Analysis) at the IRCCS Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Rehabilitation Center in Florence (Tuscany, Italy).
The Tech Reh Internship is a two-week training planned at the end of the “Technology for Rehabilitation” Project which took place from the 20th of August through the 1st of September.