Tamsin Reed

Wellington Hospital, London

Tamsin qualified as a Physiotherapist at Nottingham University in 2001. Following a few years working in the public sector and deciding to specialise in Neurological Rehabilitation, she started working at the Wellington Hospital in London, on the Neurological Rehabilitation Unit.

Tamsin completed a Masters in Neurological Rehabilitation and developed a keen interest in the use of Functional electrical stimulation and robotics in Neurological Rehabilitation. She has presented on this topic at the WFNR in Philadelphia, ISPRM in Berlin and in Shanghai, Czech republic and Qatar and had posters accepted at various other international conferences. Tamsin is chair of the WFNR special interest group on the “Use of Advanced Technologies in Neurological Rehabilitation”.

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Maximising outcomes using advanced technology in Neurological Rehabilitation.

This presentation will look at the existing evidence on the use of Technology in Neurological Rehabilitation and how this can be integrated into practice to maximise intensity and recovery outcomes. It will also use clinical examples and experience to illustrate how these devices can be integrated into the Rehabilitation Pathway.

Examples will include various devices such as the Erigo, Lokomat, Armeo, Indego Exoskeleton and various upper and lower limb FES devices.

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