Matthew White MSc MCSP
Matthew qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2009 and worked in a private musculoskeletal clinic whilst studying for a Masters degree in Sport and Exercise Science. In 2012 he began working with Cyclone Technologies, applying clinical skills gained in private practice and exercise psychology principles gained from further study to the use of advanced rehabilitation technology in Neurological patients. In 2015 Matthew progressed to a Clinical Specialist role at Cyclone Technologies, specialising in FES and advanced technological rehabilitation systems. Within this role Matthew provides clinical training to therapists and well as clinical assessments and management of individual customers.
End Effector Gait Training – The G-Eo
The G-Eo is a sophisticated gait rehabilitation tool using end effector technology (mobile footplates) and bodyweight support to allow patients to work on level surface walking, as well as stair ascent and descent. With rapid setup times and easy therapist access, the G-Eo provides an ideal platform for gait re-training.
This seminar will present the specific features of the G-Eo and using current research evidence will directly compare the G-Eo system to other gait rehabilitation systems, including treadmill based and over-ground exoskeleton systems, as well as presenting specific benefits experienced from UK based users.
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