PULSUS brings in a new spin on conferences by presenting the latest scientific improvements in your field. Listen to motivating keynotes from thought leaders or rub elbows with pioneers across the globe. Canada is all set for an amazing event as PULSUS proudly presents the “World Congress on Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair” scheduled on September 23-24, 2019 at Toronto, Canada. PULSUS cordially welcome researchers, academicians, students and business professionals in the field of Neurology from around the world to participate in the upcoming Neurorehabilitation 2019. The meeting for this year will revolve around the theme “Innovations and Developmental Strategies of Neurorehabilitation Technologies and its Implementation” thus relaying the most cutting-edge findings in the field of Neurology and Rehabilitation.

The two days meeting is going to be an event to look forward to for its enlightening symposiums & workshops from established experts of the field, exceptional keynote sessions directed by the best in the business. It will also prove to be a brilliant open door for the representatives from Universities and Institutes to cooperate with world-class researchers and an outstanding opportunity for businesses keen at expanding their global market reach. Interested individuals can confirm their participation by registering for the conference along with their colleagues. Register soon and avail exciting early bird discounts.

Neurological rehabilitation is one of the branches of neurology. Disabilities like severe spinal injury or brain damage, the patient and their families' abilities, life style, and projects, are suddenly shattered. Rehabilitation is a process of education of the disabled person with the goal of assisting that individual to cope with family, friends, work, and leisure as independently as possible. It leads to encouraging them to rebuild self-esteem and a positive mood. It should be Holistic, Patient-focused, Inclusive, Participatory, Sparing, Lifelong, Resolving and community-focused. There are three main areas in Neurorehabilitation are Intermediate care, Acute Rehabilitation, and Occupational Rehabilitation. Development in neuroimaging techniques enhanced the scope and outcome of neurorehabilitation. Now, scientists are using technology with neurorehabilitation to provide cutting-edge improvements to therapies for patients with nervous system issues and robotics in neurorehabilitation is becoming more and more common. It offers patients who have strokes, other brain or spinal cord injuries the option of training and physical therapy, thus shortening the recovery period.