InMotion Summer Webinar Series

UPCOMING WEBINARS

 
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Guiding Treatment of Neurological Impairments with Robotic Data in Upper Extremity Rehabilitation

Guiding Treatment of Neurological Impairments with Robotic Data in Upper Extremity Rehabilitation

Tuesday, July 20th at:  9:00 a.m. PDT / 12:00 p.m. EDT 

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Wednesday, July 21st at:  12:00 p.m. PDT / 3:00 p.m. EDT

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Summary

  • Patient case studies presented by multiple guest clinicians will highlight how robotic-assisted evaluation and report data can be used to guide treatment and improve outcomes in upper extremity neurological rehabilitation.
  • Discussion of: the principles of reach and important kinematic components of the collected data, as well as the research theory.
  • Clinical reasoning behind InMotion® EVAL, the Patient Evaluation System used with the InMotion® ARM and InMotion® ARM/HAND rehabilitation robots.

 

InMotion® Connect: Promoting Clinician Adoption of Robotic-assisted Therapy and Enhancing Patient Outcomes

InMotion® Connect: Promoting Clinician Adoption of Robotic Assisted Therapy and Enhancing Patient Outcomes 

Tuesday, August 31st at:  9:00 a.m. PDT / 12:00 p.m. EDT 

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Thursday, September 2nd at:  12:00 p.m. PDT / 3:00 p.m. EDT

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Summary

  • Tracking and reporting of robotic-therapy data will be presented as an objective tool to help change perceptions of robotic-assisted therapy from a novel adjunct to OT daily treatment to a new standard of care.
  • Features InMotion® Connect, a cloud-based SaaS platform connecting rehabilitation clinicians and managers with InMotion robot usage data.
  • Supported by evidence, InMotion-based reporting will be shown as effective in increasing clinician adoption of robotic-assisted therapy and in optimizing its use for enhanced patient outcomes.

Richard, Physical Therapist, 6 months
post stroke:

“The robot is fun to use… and I’m improving with every session. It’s a phenomenal piece of equipment.”