Scientific Sessions

New Rehabilitative Technologies

Rehabilitation, as defined, encompasses a range of interventions aimed at optimizing functionality and reducing disability in individuals facing health challenges within their environment. In simpler terms, rehabilitation empowers individuals, regardless of age, to become as independent as possible in their daily activities, enabling them to actively participate in education, work, leisure, and fulfilling familial responsibilities. This is achieved by addressing underlying disorders, such as pain, and enhancing an individual's performance in their day-to-day life, helping them overcome difficulties related to cognition, vision, hearing, communication, eating, and mobility. Whether due to injury, surgery, illness, or the natural effects of aging, rehabilitation may become necessary for everyone at some point in their lives. Following an injury or illness, rehabilitation technologies are often employed to enhance functionality. Numerous physical therapy rehabilitation centers have gained prominence in their respective fields by utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and innovative techniques to aid in the recovery of individuals with spinal cord injuries.

  • Alter-G Anti-Gravity Treadmill Training
  • Apps and Computer Programs
  • Glidecycle
  • Millennial Medical Crutches
  • Robotics
  • Standing Frame
  • Tilt Table
  • Video Gait Analysis
  • Video Games & Virtual Reality
  • X-Sensor Pressure Mapping