ACRM Expo

ACRM EXPO and Exhibitors Directory

Located at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, The ACRM Expo is an exciting extension of your learning experience. Take a break, enjoy some refreshments and learn about the latest rehabilitation technologies, products and services available.

Exhibitor Passport Game
Scientific Posters Display
Exhibitors Welcome Reception & Poster Viewing
Exhibitors Directory

EXPO HOURS:

WED, 8 OCT: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM — OPEN to the Public, FREE of Charge
THU, 9 OCT: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
FRI, 10 OCT: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Play the Exhibitor Passport Game and win EXCITING prizes ...

Collect exhibitors' initials on your Exhibitor Passport Game Card as you visit each booth. Drop your card off at ACRM Central (booth 2341) to enter the drawing to win GREAT prizes:

  • 2015 ACRM Annual Conference Registration
  • Apple IPod touch
  • ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual
  • IBIA 2016 Conference Registration
  • T-Shirts
  • Gift Cards
  • Books
  • and MORE!

MORE POSTERS than ever!

Scientific posters are displayed in the EXPO Hall adjacent to exhibits in two groups for maximum exposure to the latest rehabilitation research.poster adjacent to exhibits

Group 1 Posters Displayed: THU, 9 OCT
Authors available for discussion 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Group 2 Posters Displayed: FRI, 10 OCT
Authors available for discussion 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Poster viewing schedule by title and diagnostic

EXHIBITORS WELCOME RECEPTION With Poster Viewing

THU, 9 OCT, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Join your colleagues for a high-energy evening of discovery at the Exhibitors Welcome Reception and Poster Viewing. Visit the exhibits to hear about the latest innovations and opportunities in robotics, pharmaceuticals, technology and equipment, and MUCH MORE.

Bring your Exhibitor Game Card for a chance to win GREAT prizes, including a full conference registration to the 2015 ACRM Annual Conference!

Poster Group 1 will be on display and authors will be on hand to discuss their work from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM.

EXHIBITORS DIRECTORY

image: ASCIPro LogoThe Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (ASCIP) unites four professions with the focus on SCI/D. By integrating the disciplines of medicine; nursing, psychology, social work, behavioral health & rehabilitation therapy, diverse perspectives are shared and comprehensive results are achieved to enrich the continuum of care for individuals with SCI/D.Booth #2210
image: Allard USA logoBracing solutions for footdrop (ToeOFF®), genu-recurvatum (COMBO & CHECK™) as well as innovative splinting systems, and contracture management (MultiMotion), & new pediatric bracing (KiddieGAIT/ROCKER & SWASH). www.allardusa.comBooth #2120

Alter G logo

AlterG’s innovative products, the Anti-Gravity Treadmills and Bionic Leg, are designed to enhance the rehab process, for both therapists and patients. The Bionic Leg, designed for patients with neurological and orthopaedic gait disorders, is a robotic assistive device that is activated by patient initiated movements, whilst providing stability and assistance during gait training.Booth #2321
image: APDM Mobility Lab LogoAPDM produces a sensor-based gait and balance analysis system called Mobility Lab. In under 5 minutes you can objectively measure your patient’s gait and balance and compare them to age matched norms, as well as baseline measurements. This system is perfect for assessing the fall risk of your patient.Booth #2011
image: ARETECH logoAretech, LLC, founded in 2008, develops advanced rehabilitation technologies that help enhance function and independence in patients after neurological and orthopedic injuries. Aretech designs, manufactures and installs the ZeroG Gait and Balance product line, and handles all sales and education and customer training.Booth #2219
exhibitor logo: A-Tech Instruments Ltd.A-Tech Instruments has vast experience in applications within BioMechanics and can provide integration and technical assistance with the application of our equipment. We provide complete integrated solutions for industry, research and educational facilities. We carry AMTI force platforms, Delsys sEMG, Polhemus motion tracking and Motion Analysis 3D motion capture systems.Booth #2422
Barrett Medical logoBarrett Medical, to be launched officially in 2015, is preparing to manufacture and market a device called Proficio™ that leverages brain neuroplasticity to help stroke survivors regain upper-limb functionality. The system will be released in early 2015.  Beta units available now.Booth #2312
image: Bioness, Inc logoBioness is the leading provider of innovative technologies that help people regain mobility and independence. Bioness technology solutions include functional electrical stimulation (FES) systems and over-ground dynamic body weight support systems that provide functional and therapeutic benefits to individuals with central nervous system disorders and orthopedic injuries.Booth #2113
image: b-kin technologies logo BKIN Technologies’ KINARM Labs™ are the first quantitative and objective system to assess sensory, motor and cognitive function - critical instrumentation for the management of brain injury. KINARM is used by clinical-scientists internationally to study the effects of brain injury and assess benefit of new therapies to brain injury management.Booth #2114
image: BIAA logoThe Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization. Our mission is to advance brain injury prevention, research, treatment and education and to improve the quality of life for all individuals impacted by brain injury.Booth #2214
Brooks Rehabilitation LogoBrooks Rehabilitation has been serving the Southeast for over 35 years. A non-profit organization based in Jacksonville, FL, Brooks operates a coordinated system of healthcare, one of the nation’s largest inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care, home healthcare , outpatient clinics, a research division, and pain rehabilitation program.Booth #2122

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Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation is a non-profit medical and rehabilitation provider that administers physician-directed care for people with disabling conditions resulting from accidents, disease or illness. Continuum of care includes inpatient, transitional and outpatient rehabilitation, physician clinics, children’s services, residential care, and much more.Booth #2322
Center_for_treatment_Paralysis_logoThe Center for Treatment of Paralysis & Reconstructive Nerve Surgery at Jersey Shore University Medical Center provides some of the most advanced surgical treatment of paralysis and nerve injuries in the world today for those who have suffered a stroke and other forms of paralysis and nerve damage.Booth #2139
Exhibitor Logo: CRRLD at UTMBThe mission of the Center for Rehabilitation Research using Large Datasets is to build research capacity by increasing the quantity and quality of rehabilitation outcomes research. The CRRLD includes a consortium of investigators from various institutions and provides opportunities for training and pilot funding using large administrative and research datasets.Booth #2418
image: CHIP Lifestyle Medicine Institute logoThe Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is the leading community based lifestyle intervention program, scientifically proven to reverse, arrest and prevent chronic disease. CHIP transforms lives and is used in self-insured workplaces to reduce the health care costs of employees, in the medical setting to reverse chronic disease in patients and as a community outreach program.Booth #2414
image: CIR-Gaitrite logoGAITRite is a truly portable pressure sensitive walkway with a quick 5 minute setup measuring temporal spatial parameters, providing easy identification of gait anomalies encountered in rehabilitation applications.  The system comes in various lengths which record and analyze multiple gait cycles in a single walk, allowing accurate testing of patients.Booth #2043
image: Cleveland Clinic Children's Hopital for Rehabilitation logoThe Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation is one of a few freestanding pediatric specialty hospitals in the United States. CCCHR cares for children with brain injury, neuromuscular and spinal cord injuries, orthopedic conditions, renal disease, congenital heart disease, feeding difficulties, respiratory conditions, chronic pain syndrome, Autism spectrum disorders, and other issues requiring specialty expertise from our multidisciplinary team.Booth #2019

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center logo

DVBIC serves active duty military, their beneficiaries, and veterans with traumatic brain injuries through state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational programs. DVBIC fulfills this mission through ongoing collaboration with the Department of Defense, Armed Forces, VA, civilian health partners, local communities, families and individuals with TBI.Booth #2123
image: Eat Well Live Well logoEat Well, Live Well with Spinal Cord Injury and Other Neurological Conditions is a practical nutritional book that contains 16 chapters. Each chapter focuses on a specific health condition, with information on how nutrition can help prevent and manage these issues, through specific nutrients (foods, supplements and herbs). It also includes recipes and nutrient charts.Booth #2110
image: Ekso Bionics logoA  pioneer in the field of robotic exoskeletons, Ekso Bionics is exhibiting their lead product, Ekso™, a wearable bionic suit used in rehabilitation to enable individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness or paralysis to stand up and walk over ground with a natural, full weight bearing,reciprocal gait.Booth #2308
image: Elsevier logoPublished by Elsevier, Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is an acclaimed international journal covering the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as interdisciplinary disciplines involved in rehabilitation. Archives boasts a 2012 Impact Factor of 2.358, according to Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report, and is the most cited journal in rehabilitation.Booth #2142
image: FES Mobility logoFES Mobility Ltd is the Health Canada licensed distributor for UK based Odstock Medical Technology. We specialize in the provision of high quality FES products to patients and clinicians. We provide training and certification in fitting Odstock dropped foot stimulators for stroke, brain injury, MS and other neurologic conditions.Booth #2222

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The Foundation for PM&R is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to restoring health, maximizing function, minimizing pain and improving quality of life for individuals with disability through research and education in physical medicine and rehabilitation.Booth #2023
GestureTek logoGestureTek is the inventors of video gesture control as well as the revolutionary IREX Immersive Rehabilitation EXercise system, where the user’s live video image is on screen inside 25 different gesture controlled environments, and guided through an adjustable regiment of physiotherapy.  30+ studies back its dramatic impact for improved results. 500+ installed worldwide.”
Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science, University of Toronto logoThe Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science (GDRS) is the doctoral stream arm of the Departments of Occupational Science & Therapy and Physical Therapy. It welcomes students interested in rehabilitation sciences whether with a clinical background, engineers, kinesiology, Psychology etc. The academic activities of students cover the full breadth of rehabilitation sciences.Booth #2310
image: Hocoma logoHocoma is the leader in robotic rehabilitation therapy for neurological movement disorders. We are a global medical technology company based in Switzerland which develops innovative therapy solutions with leading clinics and research centers. Our products are applied in renowned clinics and research institutes worldwide in the field of rehabilitation medicine.Booth #2243
image: iDAPT logoSlingserter, an inflatable sling system that can be inserted under patients to aid in lifting and transporting, reducing the risk of lower back injuries on caregivers.
StandEasy, A portable and customisable pressure fit pole system.
ApneaDX, A portable cost effective device used to diagnose obtrusive sleep apnea at home.Booth #2209
image: Indego logoIndego® provides a modular design that can be assembled and dis-assembled for ease of use and transportation. This device is small and light, with a slim profile and no bulky backpack components or footplates.  A proprietary control interface allows for smooth operation that works in harmony with natural human movement and body position.Booth #2208
Interactive Motion Technologies logoInMotion ™ Robots are Redefining Recovery for a wide range of Neurologically Impaired patients. These includes Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury, and other movement disorders.  InMotion ™ Robots is the trademark of Interactive Motion Technologies which provides this technology throughout the world.Booth #2115
International Brain Injury Association logoThe International Brain Injury Association (IBIA) is dedicated to the development and support of multidisciplinary medical and clinical professionals, advocates, policy makers, consumers and others who work to improve outcomes and opportunities for persons with brain injury. The IBIA works to develop positive relations and interactions between individuals, families, groups, organizations, institutions, diverse cultures and nations.Booth #2212
image: IOS Press logoIOS Press serves the information needs of scientific and medical communities worldwide and publishes over 100 international journals including NeuroRehabilitation, Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation plus approximately 100 book titles each year on subjects ranging from computer sciences and mathematics to medicine and the natural sciences.Booth #2015
image: Johns Hopkins Medicine logoJohns Hopkins PM&R is at the forefront of patient care. Our team of doctors, psychologists, therapists, and nurses are leaders in the field and provide comprehensive rehabilitation plans designed around the patient’s abilities and goals. Additionally, our team is continually changing the landscape of PM&R through an active research program.Booth #2438
image: Lighthouse Neurological Rehabilitation Centers LogoLighthouse provides rehabilitation and residential services for persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and neurological disabilities, to assist each person in achieving their highest level of independence. in the least restrictive environment possible, and to serve the whole person by striving to meet each person’s needs spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically and intellectually.Booth #2039
image: Magee Rehabilitation logoMagee is the Philadelphia Region’s first rehabilitation hospital, and the nation’s first brain injury program to be accredited by CARF.  Along with Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Magee is one of 14 federally designated Regional Spinal Cord Injury Centers.  Inpatient and outpatient services are provided for people with spinal cord, brain and orthopedic injury, stroke and amputation.Booth #2112
image: Mayo Clinic logoMayo Clinic is the largest integrated group practice in the world. Mayo Clinic Rehabilitation Medicine Center is a place for discovery, translation and application of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation care. Mayo Clinic provides programs to develop and increase the knowledge, expertise and performance required to advance Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.Booth #2340
image: McGill School of Physical & Occupational Therapy logoPleased to offer two online graduate certificates: Chronic Pain Management and Driving Rehabilitation. Instructed by leading experts in their respective fields and provide in depth knowledge in given areas. Health care professionals obtain a higher education graduate certificate from an internationally recognized university with benefits of online learning.Booth #2239
image: MSKTC logoThe Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) is a national center that helps Model Systems grantees facilitate the knowledge translation process to make research meaningful to those with spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and burn injury. Access MSKTC resources at www.MSKTC.org.Booth #2410
Motekforce LinkMotekforce link is a leading force in developing products for the clinical and research market, using various rehabilitation technologies. Products include instrumented treadmills, balance products and dynamic virtual reality systems. Our expertise lies in system integration and real-time feedback on human performance using interactive and dynamic Virtual Reality systems.Booths #2139 and #2240
image: MyndTec logoMyndTec Inc., a Canadian medical technology company, develops and distributes innovative therapies, such as MyndMove, based upon advanced application of functional electrical stimulation (FES), to restore voluntary upper limb motor function and independence to individuals paralyzed by stroke and spinal cord injury. MyndMove is approved for clinical use in Canada.Booths #2211 and #2213
image: NeuroInternational logoNeuroInternational is a premier provider of residential, community-based brain injury services. Our residential programs are led by expert brain injury clinical specialists and we use a comprehensive neuro-psycho-social approach to focus on all aspects of recovery. We’re committed to helping our clients achieve independence.Booth #2242

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NeuroTrax™ is strongly committed to brain wellness. The company is dedicated to high scientific standards, with over 75 peer-reviewed publications and research involving over 28,000 participants. Since 2000, the company has leveraged PC, internet and mobile technologies to perfect computerized scientific tests of brain wellness. To learn more, visit www.neurotrax.comBooth #2215
image: Pritikin logoThe Pritikin Program has been taught for over 35 years. It is a healthy-lifestyle program and has over 100 peer-reviewed published articles, studies, and other research documenting its benefits. The Program is offered at the Pritikin Longevity Center as well as in outpatient settings through Pritikin Intensive Cardiac Rehab.Booth #2315
image: Progressive Health LogoProgressive Health is a community based residential and outpatient rehabilitation program for individuals with acquired brain injuries. Programs include Transitional Living, Long Term Supported Living, Supported Independent Living, Respite Care and Day Programs. Therapies are offered in individual and group settings for Occupational, Physical, Speech, Cognitive, Neuropsychological, Vision, Vocational and Recreation.Booth #2218
image: ProtoKinetics LogoProtoKinetics offers movement analysis systems for dynamic and standing studies. The Zeno Walkway and PKMAS software program quickly and easily produce pressure, temporal and spatial parameters over a variety of testing protocols. The equipment is ideal for clinical/research evaluations of individuals with central nervous system disorders, peripheral neuropathy, stroke, etc.Booth #2119
image: QCard logoQcard: a mobile app designed to improve the quality of life for those living with brain injuries.  Created by an ABI survivor, for ABI survivors. Qcard strengthens your memory, enhances your organizational skills, improves your time management and helps regain your independence. This LIFE Management app is the ULTIMATE tool!Booth #2013

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QLI is one of the nation’s largest and most renowned providers of post-hospital brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Our program offers industry-leading clinical expertise within first-class facilities directed by passionate, dedicated staff, who know great rehabilitation is more than the science of physical recovery—it is the art of rebuilding a life.Booth #2311
image: Rehab Without Walls logoRehab Without Walls provides complex neurorehab in the home and community where people live. We maintain the largest post-acute neuro outcomes database with over 5,000 patients. We focus on integrity and transparency in worker's compensation and private health insurance. Feel free to ask us how and let us show you.Booth #2223
Exhibitor logo: Rehabilitation Hospital of IndianaRHI provides acute inpatient rehabilitation services, outpatient continuum and community reintegration services for adults with brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, and other disabling conditions. RHI is dedicated to assisting individuals in achieving their highest potential with a commitment to the values of respect, independence, quality service, innovation, and service to the community.Booth #2241
RehaTeck Motion Systems, Inc. LogoAt Rehateck Motion Systems Inc. we are committed to bringing to market the best in neurological rehabilitation equipment and systems. Our goal is to empower individuals to make the best possible physical and cognitive gains from the debilitating effects of chronic disease or injury, thereby improving their quality of life.Booth #2319
ReWalk Robotics logoReWalk Robotics develops, manufactures and markets exoskeletons for people with Spinal Cord Injury. ReWalk Robotics is the developer of the ReWalk™, a robotic exoskeleton that provides powered hip and knee motion to enable those with SCI to stand upright, walk and turn. ReWalk is the ONLY exoskeleton with FDA clearance for Rehabilitation and Personal use.Booth #2412
image: Rifton logoRifton Equipment’s TRAM is intelligently engineered to provide quick, safe, dignified transfers and mobility. The all-new Rifton TRAM features three powerful functions combined in one ultralight, compact device: seated transfers, sit-to-stand, and supported ambulation.Booth #2339
image: Spaulding Rehabilitation Network logoSpaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is nationally ranked by US News & World Report and is the official teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Our network provides a full continuum of rehabilitative care, with six inpatient facilities and 23 outpatient centers. Our mission is to provide exceptional clinical care, promote medical education, and advance research.Booth #2109
image: SCITCS logoNever Say … “Never,” remains the driving force behind the Spinal Cord Injury Treatment Centre Society (SCITCS). It is a 27-year old virtual organization, 100% volunteer driven, that promotes and financially supports applied research, bringing state-of-the-art technology and research to Northern Alberta, CanadaBooth #2338
Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City logoSultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City (SBAHC) is a 400+ bed rehabilitation hospital located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is JCI and CARF accredited, providing comprehensive rehabilitation through 10 specialized programs. Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City is the largest rehabilitation facility in the Middle East and amongst the largest globally.Booth #2323
image: Thieme logoThieme is an award-winning international medical and science publisher that promotes the latest advancements in clinical practice and rehabilitation research with titles that include Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Decision Making in Neurocritical Care, Traumatology for the Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy for the Stroke Patient, and the comprehensive platform eNeurosurgery.Booth #2143
image: Sponsor tyromotion logotyromotion GmbH is one of the worldwide leading providers of robotics and computer-aided therapeutic devices in the area of neuro-rehabilitation. Our portfolio includes tailor-made solutions for the upper extremity, especially for hand-arm rehabilitation.Booth #2318
image: Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation logoUDSMR maintains the world’s largest database for medical rehabilitation outcomes. Home to the FIM System®, UDSMR is the leader in disability and outcome measurement systems for adults, subacute, pediatric, and outpatient settings. Subscribers and non-subscribers have access to unequaled training, including chart audits, appeals management, numerous educational resources, national workshops, and continual consultation.Booth #2118
Vitrak Systems, Inc. logoViTRAK Systems Inc. has developed a pressure sensitive flooring system with sophisticated footprint analytic software for gait research/analysis. Branded Stepscan® the technology measures under foot pressure distribution and other movement parameters (stride and speed of movement) other applications include security/sports training, medicine, clinical drug trials and various forms of research.Booth #2021
WellPepper logoWellpepper enables healthcare professionals to create custom home treatment programs that patients receive on their mobile devices. It’s clinically proven to increase patient adherence to programs and improve outcomes. Patients receive custom video plans and adaptive reminders and notifications. They record results, and communicate with their healthcare professional between visits.Booth #2138