Derek Jones PhD, MBA

What’s the use of biofeedback?

Derek Jones originally graduated as a Control Engineer before completing his PhD in Bioengineering in 1976. He is a versatile, MBA qualified and highly commercial professional with a demonstrable track record of success spanning more than 25 years gained in bioengineering, R&D and high level academic roles in the medical technology and healthcare rehabilitation sectors in Canada and the UK.

He is an owner and founding Director of Anatomical Concepts (UK) Ltd and a Director of Fixxl Ltd which offers to “Bring technology to life”. He has served as a consultant and Non-Executive Director to a number of other companies including Klaveness Skofabrikk.

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Anatomical Concepts (UK) Ltd

Biofeedback techniques are about optimising physiological processes for better health. That to me sounds like a good proposition for application in rehabilitation. Biofeedback to some people still seems too good to be true despite it’s wide application in most parts of the world. The UK lags behind. In this presentation we look at what it is, how to do it and how to apply it.

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