Having graduated as a Physiotherapist in 2000 from Sheffield Hallam University Barry developed a clinical interest integrating advanced technologies into clinical practice. Joining Ekso Bionics in 2011 he has been fundamental in the adoption and utilisation of bionic exoskeleton technology, the Ekso GT, within the field of neurorehabilitation.
Ekso GT and Smart Assist – The new paradigm for neuro rehabilitation
The presentation will focus on how exoskeleton technology, and in particular the Ekso GT, has progressed in terms of adoption, utilisation within the field of neurorehabilitation. Specific reference will be made on providing an overview of the current literature landscape. Thus highlighting the benefits of implementing robotic assisted therapy into modern day practice.
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