Robotics continue to be developed and enter the field of rehabilitation. They can provide more intense and highly reproducible interventions that favor brain plasticity. These devices are able to reduce staff utilization and produce equal or superior results.
The manner in which these robotic devices function and their clinical application need to be understood by clinicians in order to appropriately select them and to guide patients and therapists in their use. Also, they have some limitations and contraindications that should be understood to avoid the possibility of bleeding adverse effects. This session will allow hands on demonstrations to interact with the systems and learn their capabilities and indications.