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Jun. 2017
Presentation of Essex University study using VirtualRehab with MS Patients at MS Frontiers

 

The abstract from the University of Essex has been one of the selected to be presented at MS Frontier in Edinburgh The annual MS Frontiers Conference, sponsored by MS Society UK, is being held in the city of Edinburgh this year. The conference will cover the following key topics: Immunopathology and causes of MS Neurodegeneration and myelin repair Predicting progression and biomarkers Prescribing and patient choice Technological innovations and self-management...

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Jun. 2017
VirtualRehab 4.0 at 2017 Ineba Conference

 

Ineba, the Buenos Aries Institute of Neurosciences, provide assistance to people with neurological and psychiatric problems, combining human and technological methods of treatment. INEBA Foundation’s Project is based on three pillars: research, teaching and community work, following the guiding principle of collaborating to improve the quality of life of the patient and their family. The goals of the Foundation are to promote and support research studies; create health prevention and care programs; educate and update professionals in Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neurorehabilitation; and collaborate for the development of policies and strategies that guarantee the access to health for marginalized populations....

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Jun. 2017
VirtualRehab 4.0 at the 5th Annual Queen Square Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation Course

 

Virtualware will be exhibiting the new version of VirtualRehab, at the 5th Annual Queen Square Upper and Limb Neurorehabilitation Course taking place in London between 29th and 30th of June. The theme of the course “treating patients with upper limb deficit: integrating research into practice” is aimed at providing an overview of current research looking at treatment and rehabilitation options for the neurological patient with upper limb deficit. It aims to assist in the practical real-life translation of scientific evidence into clinical practice and asks – what is it that makes an upper limb therapy effective?...

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Jun. 2017
VirtualRehab 4.0 builds upon its success of gamifying neurorehabilitation for patients around the world

 

VirtualRehab, the clinically validated and CE certified rehabilitation platform that has been used by thousands of patients globally, has launched an all new version that includes an important number of new features. Launched by Virtualware to the fast-growing rehabilitation products market in 2012, VirtualRehab aims to assist clinicians in the complex process or neurorehabilitation for patients suffering from different types of neurological conditions including Stroke, Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Traumatic Brian Injuries as well as being used for geriatrics fitness training....

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Nov. 2016
Preview of VirtualRehab 4.0 at the UK Stroke Forum in Liverpool

 

Virtualware will once again participate in the latest edition of the UK Stroke Forum Conference, organized by the UK Stroke association and endorsed by the World Stroke Organization. Once again Liverpool will be the host to the event, being held from the 28th to the 30th of November, bringing together over 1400 health professionals from the UK and around the world, to share their expertise and best practices in the study and treatment of stroke....

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Nov. 2016
VirtualRehab at Medica 2016

 

Virtualware will be exhibiting for the first time at Medica, the World Forum for Medicine, which takes place in Dusseldorf, Germany from November 14th to the 17th. Medica is the global reference in the health technology sector where the latest technological advances in medicine are shown by some of the most important companies in the field. Virtualware will use this important event to launch VirtualRehab 4.0, the latest version of its CE certified neurorehabilitation platform that has been used by thousands of patients around the world....

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Jul. 2016
New 5 games release

 

We’ve added 5 new games based on feedback from therapists and patients around the world that work various functions such as balance, weight transfer, reach, hand-eye coordination, trunk control, flexibility, bending, crouching, cross lateral movement of arms as well as increase aerobic exercise and fall prevention. The new games include: Sit-Stand: Starting in a seated position, the user must reach a target then lowers from the ceiling with their head by standing straight up from the chair....

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Jun. 2016
Cable and Wireless and the INMFR of Panama introduce a new model of virtual rehabilitation

 

Cable & Wireless Panama, a leader in providing telecommunications services and connectivity in Panama, and Virtualware, a company who specializes in the development of immersive and interactive technologies, have signed an agreement for the installation of VirtualRehab in various locations in Panama. The deal includes the licensing, installation, and training of health personnel from the National Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (INMFR) in Panama and Reintegra Centers located in Penonomé, Villa de los Santos and Santiago, which will use VirtualRehab to assist in physical rehabilitation of patients with varying degrees of physical disabilities....

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Jun. 2016
Digital Summer Health Summit

 

VirtualRehab was front and centre at the Digital Summer Health Summit in San Francisco as part of the session called “An Exposé: How Five Innovations Are Changing the Game”. Virtualware joined 4 other companies that demoed their solutions that are transforming the way digital health is helping patients around the world take control of their healthcare. We had incredibly positive feedback from attendees and made some very important contacts at the Summit, so it was a very positive and intense experience....

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Jun. 2016
Preview of latest version of VirtualRehab at the Neurological Rehabilitation Expo

 

Virtualware will be previewing the latest version of VirtualRehab this week at the Neurological Rehabilitation Expo taking place June 15th and 16th at the ExCel Centre in London. The Expo is the UK’s largest show for medical professionals working in the rehabilitation of neurological conditions, including biomechanists, neurologists, physiotherapists and professionals working in acquired brain injury, rehabilitation medicine specialists or any neurological rehabilitation professionals. Virtualware will be demonstrating new exergames for VirtualRehab to be launched this month, as well as showing some very exciting new features which will form part of VirtualRehab 4....