Hot Topic: Assistive Technology

May 2010
PN;May2010, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p18
Trade Publication
Information about a science symposium related to the use of assertive technology for the disabled is presented. Topics discussed at the event included the technology for shoulder injury, powered mobility through wheelchairs, how to improve walk for post-stroke patients, locomotor training, and telerehabilitation. The symposium featured several doctors including Amy Nau, Joseph Hidler, and Rory Cooper.


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