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Paediatric Neurorehabilitation – use of an assisted movement device


Speaker: Physiotherapist Maggie Marshall and Sarah Watling at Great North Children's Hospital in Newcastle Upon Tyne 

Information about speaker:

Maggie Marshall and Sarah Watling are Clinical Specialist Physiotherapists with many years’ experience of working with children with various neurological injuries and disorders. They are based at the Great North Children’s Hospital in Newcastle Upon Tyne, and work with children of all ages within the regional neuroscience unit, which specialises in the treatment and rehabilitation of acquired brain injuries (ABI). The hospital is the first NHS setting in the United Kingdom that is using the Innowalk PRO, and during this webinar, Maggie and Sarah will discuss their findings and observations of using it as an assisted movement device as part of ABI rehabilitation and other neurlogical conditions.

About the webinar: 
During the one-hour webinar, they will discuss:
• Their reasoning and evidence behind early ambulation following head injury
• Rehabilitation goals and treatment modalities they routinely use
• Observational case studies on the impact of using Innowalk PRO as part of rehabilitation following ABI and other neurological conditions


📅 22. October 2020
🕚 3 pm - 4 pm
📍 ZOOM Webinar