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.
We are happy to share a very interesting article published in the “Orthopedics and Rheumatology” international review which showcased our G-WALK system.
We are pleased to announce that also the Italy National Basketball team has chosen our systems for its physical preparation for the World Championship qualifications in China envisaged for 2019.
The agents of the Second Mobile Division of the State Police are constantly dealing with our security, carrying out every day a delicate task that really tries their physical and mental resistance. For this reason, in recent months they has turned to INVICTUS, an innovative center inaugurated in 2017 in Padua.
We had the pleasure of hosting dr. Epitacio Rolim Filho from the new biomechanical laboratory SOS Mao Recife Ltd. Our team of experts has carried out an advanced training on gait analysis in the pediatric field.
We have the great pleasure to share this video created by Nassim Sahili a French well known sports blogger, user of our FREEEMG 1000 system. In the video Nassim shows in detail the potential of the system and the tests carried out to show how much electromyography can serve and how much it can transform the training method adopted by many sports professionals so far.
We are pleased to announce an interesting project promoted by La Salle University (Madrid) which will take place from 16 to 20 July: the Rehabilitech Summer School 2018.
The winner of the “Gagnez un G-WALK grâce à votre projet de recherche” contest is prof. Robert Nicault, kinesitherapist; the study in which G-WALK will be used is conducted on children after 12 months to analyze their ability to learn to walk.
Did you know that high levels of vitamin D are associated with better walking ability?
A study carried out with our G-WALK system, a miniaturized digital system for walking analysis, demonstrates this.
Last month we had the opportunity to join the welfare event of the North Karelia region (Finland) with the members of the SENDoc project. The purpose of this event was to present the projects of various institutional bodies (e.g. Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Siun sote – North Karelia Joint Municipal Authority, Social and Healthcare) in North Karelia.