Kinestica has been awarded by SME instrument grant to introduce Homer – a project aiming to develop affordable and widely accessible home rehabilitation system. By ranking among top 5 % of the EU SMEs applied, Kinestica`s great innovation potential has been recognized by the European commission. In Phase 1 of SME instrument a viability study will explore and analyze possibilities of successful market introduction.
Medica is the worlds leading trade fair for the medical industry. This year all involved in the industry will gather in Düsseldorf from November 14. - 17. Kinestica will present Bimeo and it's newest developments in Hall 4, booth A38.
After 2 years of co-exhibiting with Wearable technologies the company decided to present its technology independently in Hall 4 that is specially aimed for rehabilitation equipment and devices. We are inviting everyone interested in innovative technologies, virtual reality in healthcare, medical devices, solutions for neurological patients, different therapy modes (uni-/ bimanual in free space/ support surface, joint training), patient motivation etc. to visit us in Hall 4, booth A38.
Previous week Kinestica attended the Neurological rehabilitation expo in London. This was the first step to introduce Bimeo technology to the UK market.
Neurological rehabilitation expo is the UK's largest show for medical professionals working in the rehabilitation of neurological conditions and therefore a suitable ground for the entry into the market. Numerous professionals from all over the country and abroad came to see the advances in rehabilitation device industry and had the chance to try the Bimeo live and in action.
The German association of occupational therapists organised its yearly congress in the beautiful town of Würzburg. Occupational therapists from all over Germany and neighbor countries joined the congress from 6. – 8. May 2016.
The congress topics did cover occupational therapy approaches in different medical fields, research, education models, political requirements, organisational challenges and many more. The congress was accompanied with an exhibition, where providers of rehabilitation products, software solutions and education introduced their services and products to the OTs and students.
For a week in april, members of the European society of physical and rehabilitation medicine (ESPRM) gathered in Estoril, Portugal to learn about the advances in the field, present their work and meet with colleagues from Europe and rest of the world.
Topics covered at the congress were diagnoses (ICD), disabilities (ICF), health interventions (ICHI) and health accounts (ICHA) within the fields of education, research and public health. The congress was enhanced with an exhibition, where Kinestica and companies as Motekforce, Hocoma, Neofect etc. presented their products and advances in rehabilitation and all around.
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