Matt qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2009 and, after working in private practice whilst studying a Masters Degree in Sport and Exercise Science, began working with Cyclone in 2012. Matt is now responsible for Cyclone’s range of clinical products and is dedicated to maximising availability and accessibility of new technological advances in rehabilitation.
Away from work, when he’s not spending time with his wife, Hollie, and their 2 young daughters, he enjoys endurance and adventure sports and recently climbed Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe.
Integration of FES Technology and Neurorehabilitation
This presentation will explore the physiological effects of FES; what takes place in the body, why does this happen, why is it important? We will then discuss how the various applications developed by Restorative Therapies take advantage of these effects to result in enhanced therapeutic and functional outcomes. Finally, we will demonstrate an example cost-benefit analysis for a hypothetical patient with a spinal cord injury and highlight how investment in technology of this nature to be used alongside traditional therapy is as financially viable as it is clinically beneficial.
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