Up to 400 therapists, clinicians, engineers, and scientists are expected to attend the International Neurorehabilitation Symposium (INRS) 2013 September 11 to 13.
The event will be held in Zurich, Switzerland and is designed to provide therapists, clinicians, engineers, and scientists a platform to discuss the latest developments and possibilities in the rehabilitation of diseases and injuries of the central nervous system.
A recent news release reports that the symposium will place a focus on leading edge technological therapy concepts and their integration into the clinical routine. Topics slated for this year’s symposium include concepts for robot supported gait, arm and hand therapy, as well as early mobilization and assessments. Attendees will discuss how to efficiently integrate the new technologies into the clinical setting and the clinical path to the best benefit of patients and therapists.
The INRS will also reportedly present attendees with a wide range of workshops, discussions, and distinguished speakers from Great Britain, USA, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland.
Gery Colombo, PhD, INRS co-sponsor Hocomoa CEO, designates the symposium as, “one of the top events when it comes to discussing and communicating ideas about new technologies in neurological rehabilitation. [The] interdisciplinary exchange with experts of different fields is an important that makes the INRS such [a] unique event.”
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