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“
Eodyne is pleased to work with new clinics and day centers dedicated to the rehabilitation of patients suffering from neurological disorders, including stroke, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis.
– ADACEN Asociación de Daño Cerebral de Navarra (Pamplona)
– Polibea Sur (Alcorcón, Madrid)
– Aniento Fisioterapia y Bienestar (Zaragoza)
– Emme Fisioterapia (Madrid)
17 – 18 de Junio del 2017 The RGS system has been presented at VMB Formación for the course “VALORACION Y TRATAMIENTO DE LA MANO TRAUMÁTICA DESDE TERAPIA OCUPACIONAL“ In the course organized by Georgina Martínez, an occupational therapist at the Hospital Vall Hebrón, the scientist Belen Rubio, an expert in neuro-rehabilitation has presented the RGS system and its application after a stroke.
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Eodyne in the German media Heise Online
The Spanish company Eodyne shows how computer games are used for rehabilitation purposes at the fair 4YFN, which is held parallel to the MWC.
Auf der parallel zum MWC stattfindenden Startup-Messe 4YFN zeigt das spanische Unternehmen Eodyne, wie sich Computerspiele für Rehabilitationszwecke einsetzen lassen.