Wellington Hospital Neurological Rehabilitation Unit
Tamsin qualified as a Physiotherapist at Nottingham University in 2001. Following several 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 recently presented on this topic at the WCNR in Mumbai ISPRM in Berlin and in Shanghai.
Tamsin is chair of the WFNR special interest group on the “Use of Advanced Technologies in Neurological Rehabilitation”.
Integrating Advanced Technology into Neurological Rehabilitation.
This presentation will look at the existing evidence on the use of Technology in Neurological Rehabilitation and how devices can be integrated into practice to maximise intensity and recovery outcomes. Case studies will be used to give examples of various devices currently available. It will also look at implementation strategies for new equipment/services.
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