Professor Wagih El Masri
Prof W S El Masri FRCS Ed, FRCP currently Hon. Clinical Professor of Spinal Injuries (SI), Keele University has trained between 1971 & 1983 in the Oxford group of hospitals, Guys & Stoke Mandeville hospitals and the USA. Obtained the first accreditation in Spinal Injuries and General Surgery in 1982. Appointed Consultant Surgeon in Spinal Injuries at the Midland Centre for Spinal Injuries in 1983. He provided an ongoing total care and personally treated about 10,000 patients with SI at all stages following injury. He published over 140. He is the author of the Concepts of ï¿½Physiological Instability of the Spinal Cordï¿½, ï¿½Time related Biomechanical Instabilityï¿½, ï¿½Hypothesis of Micro-instability of the injured spineï¿½ and the largest series of Bladder cancer in SCI patients. He is Past President International Spinal Cord Society and Past Chairman British Association of Spinal Cord Injury Specialists. He won many National and International awards.
Spinal Cord Injuries: Factors that influence Neurological recovery
With Expert management of the Spinal Injury and its effects Neurological recovery following traumatic spinal cord injuries is not uncommon and is predictable in occurrence and extent. The Prognostic indicators of this recovery and the Factors that can prevent its achievement will be discussed
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Karen Saunders East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical trials using Robotics for mobility rehabilitation
Mr Sam Walmsley The London Orthotic Consultancy
Optimising orthotic outcomes by challenging conventional practice.
Dr Ines Violante University of Surrey
Multimodal brain stimulation in brain injury
Associate Professor Alexander L Green University of Oxford
Neuromodulation of the Autonomic Nervous System
Dr Najma Khan-Bourne King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Neuropsychological evaluation and formulation in acute stroke rehabilitation