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International Conference on Neurorehabilitation , will be organized around the theme “Future Challenges and Opportunities of Neurorehabilitation Technologies and their Implementation”
Neuro Rehabilitation 2016 is comprised of 15 tracks and 89 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Neuro Rehabilitation 2016.
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.
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Neurorehabilitation is a specialty of neuroscience that tries to recover patients from nervous system injuries and tries to minimize the loss by finding functional alternative solutions in coping with it. The rehabilitation services will mostly benefit patients who have just recovered from acute medical condition that necessitate extensive rehabilitation such as stroke
The global neurorehabilitation systems market is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR during the forecast period of 2013 to 2018.
This session is an effort to address all areas related to Neuro Rehabilitation Principles and Practice, Biomechanics, Clinical and Technical Perspectives on Neurorehabilitation, Psychological and environmental rehabilitation, Ethical aspects during neurorehabilitation, Neuropsychologic rehabilitation and Life After Rehabilitation: Why Aftercare Is Important
- Track 1-1Neuro Rehabilitation Principles and Practice
- Track 1-2Biomechanics in Rehabilitation
- Track 1-3Developmental Neurorehabilitation
- Track 1-4Clinical and Technical Perspectives on Neurorehabilitation
- Track 1-5Psychological and environmental rehabilitation
- Track 1-6Ethical aspects during Neurorehabilitation
- Track 1-7Neuropsychologic rehabilitation
- Track 1-8Life After Rehabilitation: Why Aftercare Is Important
- Track 1-9Early Neurorehabilitation
Neurorehabilitation is the process of restoration of function for persons with disorders of the nervous system. This process involves strategies aimed at reducing impairments and disabilities, and ultimately improving participation and quality of life for persons with neurological disorders. Areas of functioning include mobility, activities of daily living, and cognitive and communicative abilities.
We are committed in addressing Neurorehabilitation basic and clinical research methodologies, Pharmacology, Explanatory models and Transitional problems in Neurorehabilitation
- Track 2-1Neurorehabilitation: Basic research
- Track 2-2Clinical research
- Track 2-3Neurorehabilitation research methodology
- Track 2-4Pharmacology in Neurorehabilitation
- Track 2-5Explanatory models in Neurorehabilitation
- Track 2-6Vocational Rehabilitation
- Track 2-7Transitional problems in Neurorehabilitation
Addiction is a persistent, compulsive dependence on a behavior or substance. The term has been partially replaced by the word dependence for substance abuse. Addiction has been extended, however, to include mood-altering behaviors or activities. Some researchers speak of two types of addictions: substance addictions (for example, alcoholism, drug abuse, and smoking); and process addictions (for example, gambling, spending, shopping, eating, and sexual activity). There is a growing recognition that many addicts, such as polydrug abusers, are addicted to more than one substance or process.
The present session includes Advances in Addiction Rehabilitation, Drug De-addiction & Rehabilitation, Cognitive rehabilitation, Opiod addiction rehabilitation and Internet addiction rehabilitation
- Track 3-1Advances in Addiction Rehabilitation
- Track 3-2Drug De-addiction & Rehabilitation
- Track 3-3Eating Disorder and Addiction Rehabilitation
- Track 3-4Alcohol Addiction Rehabilitation
- Track 3-5Cognitive Rehabilitation
- Track 3-6Opiod addiction Rehabilitation
- Track 3-7Internet addiction Rehabilitation
Neurorehabilitation refers to a specialized group of therapies that aims to restore patients to a maximum level of cognitive and physical functioning.
Conditions Treated with Neurorehabilitation
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- Arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
- Brain injury
- Cerebral palsy
- Gait dysfunction/ataxia
- Movement disorders
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Parkinson's disease
- Spinal cord injury
- Track 4-1Stroke
- Track 4-2Neurodegenerative Disorders
- Track 4-3Visual and auditory perception disturbances
- Track 4-4Fibromyalgia / Chronic Pain
- Track 4-5Genetic disorders
- Track 4-6Cerebral palsy
- Track 4-7Multiple Sclerosis
- Track 4-8Neuromuscular diseases
- Track 4-9Brain injury
- Track 4-10Spinal cord injury
- Track 4-11Postsurgical and Post-Disaster Neurorehabilitation
It is dedicated to treating children, teens, and their families to promote recovery from and adaptation to changes resulting from brain injury or significant neurological disease. Combining the family's knowledge of their child with the team expertise in brain injury rehabilitation, working together to achieve the goal of returning the child to participation in home, school and community-based activities.
This session discusses about Child Developmental disorders, Pediatric TBI, Case management, Therapeutic recreation, Therapies, Pediatric assistive technology and future of Pediatric Neurorehabilitation
- Track 5-1Child Developmental disorders
- Track 5-2Pediatric TBI
- Track 5-3Case Management
- Track 5-4Therapeutic Recreation
- Track 5-5Therapies : Occupational, Physical and Walking Therapy
- Track 5-6Pediatric Assistive Technology
- Track 5-7Future of Pediatric Neurorehabilitation
The Neuro-Rehabilitation Program provides comprehensive outpatient treatment services for people with acquired brain injury as a result of such conditions as traumatic brain injury, stroke, tumor and multiple sclerosis. The interdisciplinary team focuses on improving independence in the home and the ability to return to more productive activity, such as work or school.
This session includes Pharmacology in Neurorehabilitation, New perspectives for personalized medicine, Clinical pathways in neurorehabilitation and Medication management
- Track 6-1Pharmacology in Neurorehabilitation
- Track 6-2New perspectives for personalized medicine
- Track 6-3Clinical pathways in Neurorehabilitation
- Track 6-4Medication management
Neurorehabilitation is the culmination of many different fields to provide the best care and education for patients with injuries or diseases affecting their nervous system.The most important therapies are those that help people live their everyday lives. These include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychological therapy, speech and language therapy, and therapies focused on daily function and community re-integration.
This session includes Exercise physiology, Occupational therapy, Remedial massage therapy, Neurological music therapy, Pharmacology in Neurorehabilitation, Long-term Rehabilitation, Residential Rehab's Treatment Approach, Community based Rehabilitation, Neurorestorative Therapy, Neurological physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
- Track 7-1Pharmacology in Neurorehabilitation
- Track 7-2Remedial massage therapy
- Track 7-3Occupational therapy
- Track 7-4Exercise physiology
- Track 7-5Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
- Track 7-6Neurological physiotherapy
- Track 7-7Neurorestorative Therapy
- Track 7-8Community based Rehabilitation
- Track 7-9Residential Rehab Treatment Approach
- Track 7-10Long-term Rehabilitation
- Track 7-11Neurological music therapy
Neurological physiotherapy (Neuro Rehab) is a discipline focused on working with individuals who have a neurological disorder or disease. These include Alzheimer's disease, ALS, brain injury,cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, spinal cord injury, and stroke. Common problems of patients with neurological disorders include paralysis, vision impairment, poor balance, inability to ambulate, and loss of functional independence.
This session includes Neurological balance exercises, Physiotherapy Exercises for Spinal cord Injury, Neurological Physiotherapy and Vestibular rehabilitation exercises.
- Track 8-1Neurological balance exercises
- Track 8-2Physiotherapy Exercises for Spinal cord Injury
- Track 8-3Neurological Physiotherapy
- Track 8-4Vestibular Rehabilitation exercises
Neurological rehabilitation is increasingly seen as a specialist form of rehabilitation requiring specialist nursing knowledge. However, as in many areas of nursing, nurses in this field recognize that there is a need to increase their knowledge base to ensure that they provide the best and most up-to-date quality care for their patients.
This session discusses about Inpatient Rehabilitation, Outpatient Rehabilitation, Pediatrics Nursing, Geriatric Nursing and Advance Practices in Nursing
- Track 9-1Inpatient Rehabilitation
- Track 9-2Outpatient Rehabilitation
- Track 9-3Pediatrics Nursing
- Track 9-4Geriatric Nursing
- Track 9-5Advance Practices Nursing
Research and development of Biomedical Engineering technologies to help restore, minimize and/or compensate the alterations, those typically appear on a person after suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or a stroke. Research is focused on the processes of cognitive rehabilitation and functional or physical rehabilitation. Restoring human motor and cognitive function has been a fascinating research area during the last century.
Our conference covers a wide range of research topics: · Brain-Computer Interface in Rehabilitation, Neural Prostheses in Rehabilitation, Robotics and related technologies in Rehabilitation
- Track 10-1Rehabilitation Robotics
- Track 10-2Neural Prostheses in Rehabilitation
- Track 10-3Brain Computer Interface in Rehabilitation
- Track 10-4Robotics and related technology
The field of neurorehabilitation is relatively new, and some cutting edge therapies, including neuromodulation, that may be potentially beneficial topatients with CNS injuries or other disorders, are currently being investigated. The advances in the understanding of brain circuitry, together with the development of neurostimulation technologies have prompted us to explore the potential of electrical stimulation of the nervous system to promote functional recovery in patients with CNS disorders. Overall, advances in neuromodulation may offer new therapeutic interventions for patients with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and epilepsy by counteract the abnormal network in the brain.
This session includes Neuromodulation by manipulating proprioception, pharmacology and post-surgical rehabilitation, Visual and auditory perception and Multidimensional approaches for multidimensional problems
- Track 11-1Neuromodulation by manipulating proprioception
- Track 11-2Neuromodulation, pharmacology and post-surgical rehabilitation
- Track 11-3Neuromodulation, visual and auditory perception
- Track 11-4Multidimensional approaches for multidimensional problems
The human motor system has the capacity to learn through practice and experience. Motor learning is a loosely defined term that encompasses motor adaptation, skill acquisition, and decision-making. Motor learning can be broken into kinematic and dynamic components. Animal models and functional imaging in humans show that the mature brain can undergo plastic changes during both learning and recovery. Quantitative motor control approaches allow differentiation between compensation and true recovery, although both improve with practice. Several promising new rehabilitation approaches are based on theories of motor learning
This session covers Modular motor therapies, Advances in neurorehabilitation fundamentals, Genetic determinants of brain reorganisation and learning, Neurologic music therapy in non-motor problems
- Track 12-1Modular motor therapies
- Track 12-2Advances in neurorehabilitation fundamentals
- Track 12-3Genetic determinants of brain reorganisation and learning
- Track 12-4Neurologic music therapy in non-motor problems
Scientists are using technology with neurorehabilitation to provide cutting edge improvements to therapies for patients with nervous system issues. The neurorehabilitation has undergone drastic changes over the last two decades due to the incorporation of computer and robotic electronic devices, designed to produce positive changes in cortical excitability of the cerebral hemisphere damaged and so to improve neuroplasticity. In particular, the use of robotics in neurorehabilitation is becoming more and more common. These devices and simulations, along with other robotic technology, offer patients who have just had strokes, other brain or spinal cord injuries the option of training and physical therapy much sooner than might otherwise be possible, thus shortening the recovery period.
This session includes Instrumentation in Rehabilitation, Neurophysiologic and Neuroimaging techniques, Telerehabilitation, Technical developments for deep brain stimulation, Research Methodologies and Multidimensional strategies and endpoints in clinical trials
- Track 13-1Instrumentation in Rehabilitation
- Track 13-2Neurophysiologic and Neuroimaging techniques
- Track 13-3Telerehabilitation: Translation from experimental to clinical experiences
- Track 13-4Technical developments for deep brain stimulation
- Track 13-5Neurorehabilitation Research Methodologies
- Track 13-6Multidimensional strategies and endpoints in clinical trials
A case report is a detailed report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports can also play a relevant role in medical education, providing a structure for case-based learning and may also have a role to play in guiding the personalization of treatments in clinical practice.
This session includes detailed study of Neurorehabilitation case reports based on therapy and research for brain and spinal injuries.
- Track 14-1Medical issues in brain injury rehabilitation
- Track 14-2Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation case studies
- Track 14-3Stroke rehabilitation case studies
- Track 14-4Other Progressive neurological disorders
- Track 14-5Therapy based case reports
- Track 14-6Research based case reports
The neuro-rehabilitation procedures now in use vary in rationale and strategy, with no evidence of differences in their therapeutic efficacy. Interacting robots and humans compensate reciprocally for their intrinsic limitations while benefitting from peculiar advantages. Reliability in the execution of repetitive tasks is high. In contrast, robots lack the flexibility and adaptation, code-independent communication, high-level information processing, and detection of and responsiveness to weak and otherwise undetected significant sensory inputs that characterize humans.
Orthotics plays an important role in the rehabilitation of patients with motor impairments. In the advancement of prosthetic systems, one feels that distributed sensory architectures are research areas of critical importance.