We are delighted to welcome Matt Booth and Alex Chester, founders and directors of Flex Health, to discuss the virtues of using virtual reality in physical therapy following neurological injury.
Matt and Alex will discuss the emerging technology in relation to both virtual and augmented reality and the growing use of it in neurological rehabilitation. They will draw on their own experience of using the technology with brain injured clients and will comment upon the costs, the benefits and potential uses in rehabilitation.
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About the guest speakers
Matthew Booth, Founder & Director
After experiencing different clinical environments such as professional sports, acute NHS work and working with complex needs clients. Matt saw there was potential to use his expertise in a neurological and complex needs setting by developing the traditional rehabilitation model. Matt’s approach is to utilise goal-orientated, transparent rehabilitation which is innovative and unique, using biomechanics to enhance the client’s recovery process along with a combination of clinically led, research-based, hands-on physiotherapy techniques.
Alex Chester, Founder & Director
Following seven years full time experience in professional sports medicine I have developed an extensive knowledge of rehabilitation and manual therapy techniques and how to apply these optimally. Working with athletes on a daily basis has allowed me to understand the importance of regular access to Physiotherapy to ensure an optimum recovery and a return to healthy and active lifestyle.
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