Moterum Research Presented at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting

Research conferences understandably look quite a bit different this year! Nonetheless, we were delighted to (virtually) present clinical research findings at the 2021 American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting (APTA CSM).

As the country’s largest annual physical therapy conference, APTA CSM is the premier conference for the profession of physical therapy. This year’s conference held additional significance as the APTA celebrates 100 years as a member association! At this conference, the Moterum research team presented clinical trial results highlighting the retention of walking speed improvements in stroke survivors one year after treatment with the Moterum iStride Solution.

The field of neurorehabilitation is advancing in leaps and bounds as we continue to learn more about how the brain functions and, importantly, how it can be healed. Conferences such as APTA CSM allow us to share our work with fellow physical therapy community members and to gain first-hand knowledge of additional advancements within the rehabilitation industry at large.

We are grateful to be contributing to this field during such an exciting time for rehabilitation research. Thank you to the American Physical Therapy Association for supporting our efforts to improve outcomes and quality of life for survivors of stroke and the communities that surround them.


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