Clinical Director, Jon Graham speaking at OT World in Leipzeg, Germany.

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Clinical Director, Jon Graham presenting at Leipzig, Germany this week.

Jon Graham presenting at Leipzig, Germany this week.

OTWorld is the sector's largest and most important meeting place in the world. With its unique combination of trade show and congress, it stands for inter-professional interchange at the heart of a global growth market.

OTWorld is run by national and international partners from industry and science, also including service providers, all of whom work together, just as the different disciplines within the rehabilitation team work closely together in the care of their patients. Business first: with its clear focus, OTWorld is the global number one platform for effectively sharing knowledge. OTWorld offers a wide variety of choice amongst current trends, growth strategies and product innovations for orthotists and prosthetists, orthopaedic shoe technicians, podiatrists and chiropodists, rehabilitation technicians, therapists and doctors, as well as for engineers and funding organisations.

Clinical Director, Jon Graham will be presenting the results from RAPPER II on Wednesday 4th May, RAPPER II - Robot Assisted Physiotherapy Exercises with the Rex Powered Walking Aid in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury. On Friday 6th May Jon will present - Preliminary Findings from a Multi-Centre Clinical Field Trial of an Innovative Two Channel Foot Drop Stimulator.

Wednesday 4th May 2016

RAPPER II - ROBOT ASSISTED PHYSIOTHERAPY EXERCISES WITH THE REX POWERED WALKING AID IN PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY

Abstract
The interim results of RAPPER II show that the REX is a safe Powered Walking Aid that allows patients with SCI to benefit from physiotherapy when standing. The post-intervention follow-up questionnaires demonstrate a high level of end-user satisfaction with the device.

Friday 6th May 2016

PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM A MULTI-CENTRE CLINICAL FIELD TRIAL OF AN INNOVATIVE TWO-CHANNEL DROP FOOT STIMULATOR

Abstract
Initial clinical results of a new drop foot stimulator revealed improvements in gait and daily function. These improvements seem to be positively correlated to the intensity of use. The system offers additional gait correction options with the integrated second stimulation channel and novel stimulation profiles.