Moterum iStrideTM Research Featured at TWO Impactful November conferences
November has been a busy month for the Moterum research team! We were thrilled to have our research selected for presentation at both the ESO-WSO (European Stroke Organization- World Stroke Organization) 2020 Conference AND the 2020 American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) Annual Assembly!
The ESO-WSO 2020 Conference is a global, stroke-focused event jointly hosted by two impactful organizations. The World Stroke Organization (WSO) drives global efforts to improve stroke prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support. The European Stroke Organization (ESO) is the European society of stroke researchers, physicians, and national and regional societies. This combined event provides comprehensive clinical trial updates, state-of-the-art presentations, and informs the latest clinical guidelines for stroke.
The AAPM&R Annual Assembly is the largest annual gathering of physiatrists in the world. This unique event features the latest clinical and practice evidence, trends, and cutting-edge research within the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Despite a virtual conference format due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, these events were inspiring, informational, and highly impactful. At these events, our research team presented clinical trial findings highlighting the retention of gait and balance improvements after treatment with the iStrideTM gait device treatment.
We are grateful to these organizations for the opportunity to share our work and collaborate with fellow researchers, clinicians, and rehabilitation industry leaders across the globe!