ACRM is truly interdisciplinary — uniting all members of rehabilitation teams from around the world. ACRM holds the LARGEST interdisciplinary rehabilitation research conference in the world every Fall with nonstop content for chronic disabling conditions such as: Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Pain, Cancer, Neuroplasticity and more.
The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, is a relentless force for a healthier world with fewer strokes. We team with volunteers to prevent, treat and beat stroke by funding innovative research, fighting for stronger public health policies, and providing lifesaving tools and information
Bertec helps clinical teams to serve the needs of their patients with advanced solutions like dynamic posturography and immersive virtual reality. By continually deepening our collective knowledge of biomechanical measurement and testing, we advance the effectiveness of its clinical application in balance and mobility. In addition to helping clinical teams serve the needs of patients with advanced solutions using dynamic force plates and immersive virtual reality, Bertec’s technology is used worldwide by professional sports organizations and leading academic research institutions. Take our Quick Survey for a Chance to Win Lifetime Access to On-Demand, Interactive Education. Visit www.bertec.com/we-want-to-hear-from-you to get started!
The Bioness Integrated Therapy System (BITS) is a software-based therapy platform that uses an interactive touchscreen display to challenge, assess and track, vision, cognitive, motor and balance deficiencies. BITS was developed with feedback from therapists and features over 60 programs that can be customized for patients at all mobility levels across the continuum of care. BITS is all-in-one system to improve Clinical Utility, Patient Engagement and Clinician Efficiency.
BurnAlong (www.BurnAlong.com) is an online health and wellness video and social motivation platform utilized by employers, insurers, and municipalities. On BurnAlong people can take 1,000s of live and on-demand video physical and emotional health classes taught by 100s of instructors across 45+ categories (from cardio to cancer to chronic conditions). People can also benefit from online social support and motivation, including live private sessions with co-workers, friends, and family members they invite.
EsoGLOVE is a soft robotic hand rehabilitation system for patients with neurological disorders and injuries. The soft actuators embedded in the glove are flexible and compliant in nature, which do not restrict the finger joint movements for increased comfort during use. The patient’s arm is not restricted; therefore, it can be freely moved in space during therapy. EsoGLOVE™ allows passive mobilization and active-assisted exercises, accompanied by real time 3D representation on screen and functional tasks training with real objects. The simultaneous visual effects and proprioceptive feedback (feeling and seeing hand and arm movements) are associated to stimulate the patient’s neuroplasticity.
The Biodex Gait Trainer 3 combines audio cueing, visual biofeedback and music integration to help promote neuroplasticity in patients with Parkinson’s and other neurologic disorders. The Gait Trainer integrates rhythmic auditory cueing (RAC) and a library of neurologic music compositions to help correct lost movement.
LeaRRn and C-PROGRESS are two of six resource centers that comprise the Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource (MR3) Network.
The Mary Free Bed Advisory Group is a division of Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation that extends industry expertise to organizations across the country. We offer a variety of strategic partnerships that range from inpatient rehabilitation consultation services to professional service agreements, including care transitions across the post-acute continuum. We currently collaborate with 38 acute care hospitals, sharing our know-how in health care and rehabilitation operations. We develop relationships that strategically marry our expertise with your team’s talents. Together, we’ll collaboratively create customized solutions to your challenges. Our goal is to help others be successful and further the field of rehabilitation.
NC NM4R and AR3T are two centers of six that comprise the Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource (MR3) Network.
NCAN is one of 29 NIBIB/NIH Biomedical Technology Resource Centers in the United States. It is the only one that emphasizes neurotechnology, and the only one that goes from basic science to clinical studies. Our mission is to: create neurotechnologies that guide nervous system plasticity to answer basic scientific questions and create new rehabilitation therapies; define the mechanisms of this plasticity and translate this knowledge to clinical use; and provide training and dissemination to enable other scientists, engineers, and clinicians to develop and use neurotechnologies scientifically and clinically.
RT300 is the Restorative Therapies flagship product line that includes different versions depending on your needs: Leg | Arm | Core Leg | Core Pediatric Leg | Core It combines therapeutic modalities to create complex integrated functional electrical stimulation (iFES). iFES incorporates functional electrical stimulation (FES) integrated with task specific or motor assistance/resistance activities to optimize therapeutic goals. Our proprietary software provides real-time biofeedback, data tracking and sophisticated control algorithms that are designed for a wide range of neurological impairments. All RT300 devices are physician-prescribed, FDA Class II medical devices.
Shepherd Center, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is a private, not-for-profit hospital specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, spine and chronic pain, and other neuromuscular conditions. U.S. News & World Report ranks Shepherd Center among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.
Texas NeuroRehab Center (TNC) is a rehabilitation facility located ten minutes from downtown Austin, Texas, that has provided neurorehabilitation for patients ages 13 years and older, with brain and spinal injuries for over 36 years. TNC offers a full continuum of care for brain and spinal cord injury patients all on one campus, that includes: long-term acute care, inpatient rehab., a post-acute brain injury program and outpatient services.
The Vector Gait and Safety System is a ceiling-mounted robotic system designed to accelerate the physical rehabilitation of patients with severe gait or balance impairment. The system provides dynamic body weight support and trolley tracking, enabling the patient to practice gait and balance training by offloading a portion of their body weight. Vector also detects and prevents falls before they happen to keep patients safe and instill confidence.
The VibeSit™PRO uses Smart Dosing™ therapeutic vibration to reduce falls in individuals suffering from dysmobility syndrome, removing the barriers to physical activity for those at the greatest risk of falling. The device delivers patient-specific therapeutic vibration through a portable leg press that a wheelchair user or other user can roll up to for an engaging experience that leaves the them stronger and uplifted with less pain. Results presented at ACRM2019 demonstrated 45% fewer falls in memory care residents, a 3X strength gain from 12 treatments, and a 20% immediate increase in strength and 66% less pain after each treatment.