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Dr Michael Grey Univeristy of Birmingham
Motor neuroscience, spinal plasticity, brain stimulation & neurorehabilitation
Dr Ali Jamous The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital
Management of spasticity in spinal cord injury patients
Amy Bean Saebo UK
Evidenced Based Solutions For The Neurologically Impaired Upper Limb
Dr Anita Rose Raphael Medical Centre
The importance of cognitive rehabilitation following a brain injury
Armin Schnürer G.tec Medical Engineering
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) for stroke rehabilitation using FES and VR
Prof. Jon Marsden Plymouth University
Terry Gorst Plymouth University
The somatosensory system
Philip Coulthurst CFG Law (part of the client first group)
Making a difference together in brain injury rehabilitation
Jayne Coulson Basildon and Thurrock University Hospital, Essex
The Implementation of Virtual Rehab: Blood, Sweat and Tears
David Ram Tyromotion
Robot and Computer-Assisted Therapy for Upper Limb Rehabilitation
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