Lynn Vale

Ottobock Healthcare PLC,
Neurostimulation Specialist

Lynn Vale BSc (Hons) MCSP
With a BSc Hons Degree in Physiotherapy from Southampton University, Lynn specialised in acute and rehabilitation neurology within the NHS. After working with a company specialising in Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES), with technology treating upper and lower limb paralysis secondary to CNS pathologies, she transferred to the rehabilitation exoskeleton sector, working with Spinal Injuries units.
Lynn is Clinical Specialist in Neurostimulation for Ottobock, providing education, clinical support and promoting awareness of FES to both health professionals and those who may benefit from it. Her primary interest is rehabilitation technology and its use in promoting recovery from CNS pathologies or diseases.

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