Nilofar Niazi

TRAINM

Nilofar Niazi is the Founder and CEO of TRAINM.

TRAINM is a Neuro-Rehabilitation clinic which uses a multi-disciplinary approach to deliver measurable, personalized high intensity therapies, combining disciplines, resources and technologies such as: robotics, non-invasive brain stimulation, VR/AR, BCI, 3D cameras and sensor-based technologies, coupled with best-in-class team of doctors and therapists.

TRAINM’s mission is to help children and adults with neurological deficits to achieve measurable recoveries.

Ms. Niazi founded TRAINM in an effort to provide optimal neuro-rehabilitation for her son who has CP.

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Case Study in Use of Technologies and Innovations in NeuroRehabilitation

This Seminar will highlight the opportunities and challenges in the use of cutting-edge technologies and sensors and the move towards personalized rehabilitation, as experienced by TRAINM Neuro-Rehabilitation Center.

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  • Prof Michael Barnes: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Prof Michael Barnes

    The role of cannabis in neurology

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    Rosanne Tyas
    Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

    Music Therapy has much to offer: An overview of the effects of music therapy across different domains in neuro-disability.