EXPO 2018


30 September - 2 October

The ACRM REHAB EXPO is the networking hub of the conference and an important addition to your educational experience.

Open & Free to the Public!

FREE to attend the EXPO only Tuesday 2 October.
Registration required.

*Onsite registration available. Go to the ACRM registration desk in the Hilton lobby.

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“Chat with the experts” up-close networking & exchanges at ACRM Conference

"Chat with the Experts" is an exciting series of informal conversational get-togethers that pepper the EXPO with not-to-miss info from undistputed pros. This year's expanded program connects you with even MORE of the LEADING EXPERTS in the field. Bring your burning questions or explore new topics of interest.

It’s all happening in between sessions in the ACRM EXPO Hall during the CORE conference.

Click here for the full agenda & check the App & Online Program


Held during program breaks, the new EXPO Product Theater provides opportunities for attendees to learn about new products and product research from featured exhibitors. See product demonstrations and get the answers you need to make informed purchasing decisions. No need to register. Just come to the EXPO Product Theater at the scheduled times.





Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (ASCIP)


ASCIP is the only interdisciplinary organization that unites the expertise and perspectives of those with a focus on spinal cord injuries and diseases. It’s comprised of 4 professional sections: American Paraplegia Society (APS), Association of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses (SCIN), Psychologists, Social Workers and Counselors (PSWC) and Therapy Leadership Council (TLC).


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Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP)


A community of leaders in physiatry, AAP’s membership includes department chairs, residency and fellowship program directors, faculty physicians, researchers, in-training physiatrists, and administrators. AAP holds programs and an Annual Meeting to improve mentorship, discovery, and leadership in academic physiatry. Physiatry 2019 will be held in Puerto Rico, February 19-23, 2019.


Barrett Technology


Meet BURT (Barrett Upper-extremity Robotic Trainer)! Barrett Technology has a 20-year history in robotics supplying universities and Fortune 100 companies with custom solutions for applications requiring robots working alongside humans. Barrett is proud to offer a new device to help facilitate upper extremity movement in rehabilitation settings.


Biodex Medical Systems, Inc

BOOTH 341 & 339

Biodex Medical Systems, Inc. believes in using science and technology to drive treatment innovation. Biodex rehabilitation devices advance progress in the weak or balance deficient, addressing neuromuscular evaluation, therapeutic exercise, gait training and range of motion. See our booth for ways to achieve better patient outcomes with technology.



BIAA logoBrain Injury Association of America


The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization. Our mission is to advance awareness, research, treatment, and education and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury.


Bright Cloud International Corp.


BrightBrainer Rehabilitation System is an upper extremity, mobile exercising platform. It provides bi-manual, intensive, and integrative training using custom, adaptable therapeutic games. BrightBrainer targets Motor (endurance, strengthening, speed of motion, motor control), Cognitive (memory, focusing, executive functions) and Emotive (depression) domains. This FDA-registered device benefits stroke, TBI and dementia populations.


CARF logoCARF International


Founded in 1966, CARF has been enhancing the quality of services in medical rehabilitation through standards reflecting best practices and leadership in the field internationally.  CARF focuses on helping providers implement an internal process of continuous quality improvement and person-centered services to achieve outcomes desired by persons served.


Casa Colina logoCasa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare


Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare is an independent, non-profit healthcare provider that has served children and adults since 1938. Located in Pomona, it provides a broad continuum of medical-surgical and physical rehabilitation services for people with a wide range of disabling conditions resulting from accidents, illnesses or diseases.


Center for Large Data Research logoCenter for Large Data Research & Data Sharing in Rehabilitation


The Center for Large Data Research and Data Sharing in Rehabilitation is building rehabilitation research capacity by increasing the quantity and quality of rehabilitation outcomes research using large datasets. The CLDR is expanding its mission to include a focus on data sharing and archiving information from completed rehabilitation research studies.


Children's Hospital of Alabama


Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Alabama utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to address prevention, diagnosis and management of congenital and childhood onset physical and developmental impairments. The team, led by board certified physicians, develops individualized treatment programs through inpatient consultation, acute inpatient rehabilitation, and comprehensive, diagnosis specific outpatient clinics.




Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Alabama utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to address prevention, diagnosis and management of congenital and childhood onset physical and developmental impairments. The team, led by board certified physicians, develops individualized treatment programs through inpatient consultation, acute inpatient rehabilitation, and comprehensive, diagnosis specific outpatient clinics.


Ekso Bionics®Ekso Bionics logo


Ekso Bionics, a leading developer of exoskeleton solutions that amplify human potential, will be unveiling advancements in EksoGT, the first FDA cleared exoskeleton approved for use with stroke and spinal cord injury from C7 to L5. EksoGT, now with SmartAssist Software, is designed to get patients back on their feet.


Encompass Health

BOOTH 307 & 309

Encompass Health offers patient care through its network of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, home health and hospice agencies. With a national footprint that spans 126 hospitals and 235 home health & hospice agencies in 36 states and Puerto Rico, the Company is committed to delivering high-quality care across the post-acute continuum.


Galileo Therapy

BOOTH 206 & 208

Galileo is an essential rehab training tool.  It’s Mechano-stimulation is unlike other muscle devices inducing muscle contractions differently through the “involuntary” stretch-reflex instead of traditional training.  Galileo’s high-repetition therapy in a short time is versatile for everyone, easy to set-up and enhances functional outcomes and neuroplasticity.  It’s a game-changer!


g.tec neurotechnology USA, Inc.g.tec logo


Since 1999 g.tec develops and produces biosignal amplifiers and software for biosignal recording and real-time signal processing. As a world leader in the field of BCIs, g.tec develops medical devices for stroke rehabilitation (www.recoverix.at), consciousness assessment of patients with DOC (www.mindbeagle.at) and functional brain mapping (www.cortiq.eu).


Hanger Clinic


Across 800 locations nationwide, Hanger Clinic comprises the largest team of exceptional orthotic and prosthetic talent. Collectively, we empower human potential and improve the lives of one million people every year, while leading our profession in developing clinical practice guidelines and measuring patient outcomes.



BOOTH 227 & 229

Hocoma and Motek are the global leaders in robotic and sensorbased devices for functional movement therapy and virtual reality technology for research and rehabilitation.  We develop innovative therapy solutions working closely with leading clinics and research centers. Our products are applied successfully in renowned clinics and research institutes worldwide.


Kessler Institute for RehabilitationKessler Institute for Rehabilitation logo


Kessler Institute, ranked as one of the nation’s top rehabilitation hospitals for 25 years by U.S. News, is one of only nine NIDRR-designated Model Systems for the treatment/research of traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.  That same pioneering care distinguishes Kessler stroke, neurologic, orthopedic/musculoskeletal, amputation, cancer and cardiac recovery programs.


Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospitalimage: Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital logo


Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is a 167-bed, free-standing, rehabilitation hospital committed to helping patients regain independence following serious injury or illness. Comprehensive services and an exclusive focus on rehabilitation enables specialty physicians and staff to achieve outstanding clinical outcomes.


Mayo ClinicMayo Clinic logo


Mayo 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.


Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC)


The Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) is a federally funded center that offers free factsheets, video, slideshows, and other resources for people living with spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and burn injury (Burn).


Myomo Inc


Myomo, Inc. is a medical robotics company leading the way in extending myoelectric prosthetic technology to powered orthoses that restore an individual's mobility. The company's mission is to improve mobility and restore independence for individuals suffering from a paralyzed arm due to Brachial plexus injury, Stroke and other neuro-muscular conditions.


National Stroke AssociationNational Stroke Association logo


National Stroke Association is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke.


NIH MR3 Network

BOOTH 320 & 322

The MR3 Network is made up of six resource centers nationwide whose mission is to support rehabilitation researchers. The Network is supported by the NICHD's National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR) with additional support from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering


Parker Hannifin


Indego® is an exoskeleton which allows gait impaired individuals to stand up and walk again thanks to powered hip and knee joints in conjunction with sensor technology and sophisticated control strategies. Indego can be used as a therapy tool or as a mobility assistive device for individuals.


ProtoKinetics Gait Analysis Walkways

BOOTH 217 & 219

The Zeno Electronic Walkway powered by PKMAS software is the most popular  “gait mat” technology in the world. The Convertible Zeno is expandable; deploy it as a standard, a wide (4’x26’)  or a long skinny walkway (2’x52’ ). Capture balance, walking, turning, PKMAS Primary Gait Screen (PGS), running, TUG, etc.


Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana


RHI, provides acute inpatient rehabilitation services, outpatients 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.


Restorative Therapies, Inc.


Restorative Therapies is the leader in FES powered systems providing stimulation of upper and lower extremities and trunk muscles. Cycling, stepping, elliptical, supine and functional task specific FES systems are available for clinic and home use.  Our unique database system, RTI Link, also makes Restorative Therapies an attractive research partner.


ReWalk RoboticsReWalk Robotics logo


ReWalk Robotics is the developer of the ReWalk™, a wearable robotic exoskeleton that provides powered hip and knee motion to enable individuals with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) to stand and walk.  ReWalk is FDA cleared for home and community use, is the most studied exoskeleton in the industry and has the most published data on exoskeleton potential benefits.


Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone


Ranked top ten in the country and #1 in New York by U.S. News & World Report since 1989, Rusk Rehabilitation continues to set the standard in rehabilitation care for every stage of life and for every phase of recovery.


Shepherd Center

BOOTH 311 & 410

Shepherd Center, located in Atlanta, Georgia, specializes in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spine and chronic pain, and other neuromuscular conditions. Shepherd Center is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.


Stepscan Technologies Inc


Stepscan Technologies Inc. is a Canadian technology company that manufactures the patented Stepscan® Gait Analysis flooring system. This medical-grade equipment combines pressure sensitive electronic floor tiles and footprint tracking software to analyze patients’ walking ability. The technology’s capabilities have exciting potential in the fields of health research and sports performance.


Tekscan, Inc.Tekscan logo

BOOTH 321 & 323

Tekscan manufactures a range of pressure assessment and clinical/research evaluation tools.  Our unique systems use thin, flexible, high-resolution sensors to observe gait abnormalities, determine orthotic/wheelchair cushion efficacy, identify potential ulceration areas, and more.


The Amputee Coalition


The Amputee Coalition is the leading national, donor-supported, non-profit organization serving the limb loss community. Our mission is to reach out to and empower those affected by limb loss to reach their full potential through education, support, and advocacy, and to promote limb loss prevention.


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ACRM Annual Conference | Progress in Rehabilitation Research
CORE: 30 SEPT - 3 OCT 2018 // Hilton Anatole, DALLAS, USA // PRE-CONFERENCE: 28 Sept - 30 SEPT