Amy Bean graduated in 2002 with a BSc honours in Physiotherapy and completed her Masters degree in 2012 at York St John in stroke rehabilitation.
Amy has worked in a variety of clinical settings both in the UK and in Australia. Having left the NHS in 2010 she became Clinical Specialist for Saebo UK after observing first hand the clinical benefits of their products and has further expanded her clinical experience working with and developing exciting and innovative technology.
How do we achieve intensive, repetitive task training for upper limb?
Affordable and innovative solutions from Saebo to help users and therapists try to achieve intensive, task specific training as supported by the current evidence base for neurological rehabilitation for the upper limb.
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