On Saturday 20/01, Santiago Brandi of Eodyne will present a workshop on RGS in the “Course of new technologies in Neurorehabilitation“, at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid. The aim of this course is to introduce the usefulness of new technologies in the treatment of motor symptoms, in patients with pathology of neurological origin.
Date: January 19 and 20, 2018 Hours:
Schedule: Friday from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Directed to: Graduates / graduates in physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy and 4th graders
The RGS system has been presented at B-Debate and event focused on improving the quality of life of the elderly, promoted by Biocat and the Obra Social La Caixain Barcelona.The goal of this debate is to promote the idea that science should not stay in the laboratory, as the director of the Institute of Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) Josep Samitier explains, “helping to generate tools for medicine, and this is discussed not only from thetechnological point of view but from the existing social needs “.
Dr. Belen Rubio, a researcher of the SPECS-lab group at IBEC and Pedro Omedas CTO at Eoydne, have demonstrated the Rehabilitation Gaming System as advanced science-based technology and a successful tool for neuro-rehabilitation.
RGS in the media:
Robots, chips y apps mejoraran la calidad de vida de los ancianos en las proximas decadas
europa press http://www.europapress.es/catalunya/noticia-robots-chips-apps-mejoraran-calidad-vida-ancianos-proximas-decadas-20171110144038.html
RGS has arrived in London at the New Scientist Live, an event like no other, with more than 22,000 visitors interested in how science and technology are shaping society and how we see the world around us.
The Hospital Asepeyo Coslada has acquired the Rehabilitation Gaming System for the treatment of patients’ with motor and cognitive damage. The occupational therapists Pilar Martin Olmos, Mercedes Campuzano Gutierrez, and Victoria Martinez Diez commented “We wanted to include in our rehabilitation treatment new technologies with audio-visual media, like the system RGS by EODYNE, to facilitate the rehabilitation of the upper limbs, as well as legs, with patients who have suffered a motor and/or cognitive injury, using the audio-visual means“