Thanks to an interesting study conducted at the Humanitas institute, improvements were found in the progress of patients undergoing bilateral hip surgery (THA) compared to subjects undergoing unilateral arthroplasty.
We’ve just come back from Taiwan for a Symposium on Movement Analysis at Asia University where some of our systems and their applications were presented.
We are pleased to show you a recent work completed by the Neurolesi center IRCCS “Bonino Pulejo”, Messina (Italy) on the use of virtual reality in autism spectrum disorders.
We’ve just come back from some days spent at the Robotic Rehabilitation Summer School.The event was full of sessions dedicated to new technologies in rehabilitation with one day entirely dedicated to our NIRVANA system.
The first appointment with the BTS Training Academy has just ended.Special thanks to all those who joined these days for taking part and making this event possible.We look forward to starting the next session!
While preparing for the 2019 season, the two young champions of Italian athletics Eleonora Anna Giorgi and Matteo Giupponi have been tested with the BTS SPORTLAB laboratory, with the aim of assessing their biomechanical health status. Both walkers, specialized in distance over 20 km, are followed by coach Gianni Perricelli and physiotherapist Roberto Rinelli.
On November 18, at the Physiomed China offices in Beijing, a workshop on the Bike Fitting protocol was held through our SMART-DX system.
In this video you can understand that the use of our G-WALK and P-WALK and analysis of data acquired with motion analysis technology is very important to improve treatment programs, modify and customize the therapy and make it more effective.
Recently, the new version of our NIRVANA system was installed at IRCCS INRCA in Casatenovo (Italy). This hospital is a reference institution on the national territory for the admission and care of the elderly and deals with respiratory diseases since the beginning of the ’70s.
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.