Terapiam is a technological innovation project that uses augmented reality to offer people with mobility issues a fun way of doing their rehabilitation exercises. This way, the recovery work carried out under the supervision physiotherapists is easier.
Researchers from the Physiotherapy Department of the University of Granada have developed an intervention programme that improves hand and arm mobility in patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. This eight-week programme consists of 60 minute sessions that are carried out twice a week.
Celia Morales, from Seville, set up her own business after losing her job. With 11 years of expertise as a hairdresser and nursing assistant, she started Pelumóvil. Celia visits the homes of aged people or people with reduced mobility to work as a home hairdresser. Just three months after she started her own business, she […]
Researchers from the University of Malaga have been working on a wheelchair called Carmen, with the aim of helping users with mobility problems to get around, without overriding their ability. The idea is to be able to correct or cushion a movement if it detects a risky situation.