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ACRM REHAB EXPO & LEARNING CENTER

21 OCTOBER – 24 OCTOBER
HILTON ATLANTA
255 Courtland St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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

“Chat with the Experts” is a series of informal conversational get-togethers held inside the EXPO with not-to-miss info from topic pros. Bring your burning questions and get your answers here. It’s all happening in between sessions in the ACRM EXPO Hall during the CORE conference.

LEARNING CENTER

Held during program breaks, the new EXPO Learning Center 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 Learning Center at the scheduled times.

EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

 

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

BOOTH 300

ASHA is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 198,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students. ASHA’s vision is to make effective communication, a human right, accessible and achievable for all.

Aretech

BOOTH 312

Aretech has a strong commitment to quality and innovation. Aretech’s ZeroG Gait and Balance System is a robotic body-weight support system  which uses dynamic body-weight support and fall protection so patients can practice functional activities. Aretech also offers Ovation, an interactive treadmill system for patients up to 700 lbs.  

Aspen Medical Products

BOOTH 608

Biodex Medical System, Inc

BOOTH 105

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.

Bioness

BOOTH 604

Bioness is dedicated to providing innovative medical solutions to orphan patient populations including those with chronic pain and limb paralysis. Bioness solutions include neuromodulation systems, robotic systems and software-based therapy programs which provide functional and therapeutic benefits for individuals affected by pain, central nervous system disorders and orthopedic injuries.

Brain Education Strategies & Technology (BEST)

BOOTH 114

BEST provides tools to help manage and navigate day-to-day hurdles. We create practical apps, strategies, and training to help brain injury survivors and other groups dealing with executive function and self-regulation challenges. BEST strives to help users feel less frustrated, and more in control of their day—and ultimately their life.

Brooks Rehabilitation

BOOTH 413

For 50 years, Brooks Rehabilitation has been a resource for physical rehabilitation services. Brooks operates a 160-bed inpatient hospital, home care agency, 39 outpatient clinics, an inpatient unit at Halifax Health, a physician group, a research center, two skilled nursing facilities, assisted living, memory care and community programs.

California Rehabilitation Institute

BOOTH 306

A partnership of Cedars-Sinai, UCLA Health and Select Medical, California Rehabilitation Institute provides patients with the latest acute inpatient rehabilitation care. With 138 private suites, we are the largest physical medicine and rehabilitation hospital of its kind on the West Coast providing excellence in clinical care and research.

CARF International

BOOTH 400

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.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

BOOTH 411

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Inpatient Rehabilitation, offers therapy designed for pediatrics, adolescents, and young adults (birth to 21 years old) to address needs after an illness or a traumatic injury. Patients receive an interdisciplinary approach to care to promote independence as well as maximize function and community integration.

Cyberdyne USA Inc.

BOOTH 414

Cyberdyne is a robotic company developing wearable cyborg for rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders like spinal cord injury. Our product HAL reads bioelectrical signal (coming from brain through spinal cord) from wearer’s skin surface and instantly assist voluntary movement. Repetition of training improves motor function by enhancing brain-nervous system.

 

Delsys Inc

BOOTH 319

Delsys is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a portfolio of high performance electromyography instruments. These include a range of physiological and biomechanical sensors that are used in all types of human movement research and education.

 

Foundation for PM&R

BOOTH 500

The Foundation for PM&R is a nonprofit organization that provides seed money for innovative physiatric research that will lead to larger studies in comparative effectiveness, outcomes assessment, and quality improvement to prove efficacy and advance the science of restoring health and improving function for individuals with disability.   

 

Galileo Therapy

BOOTH 401

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!

 

Goal Manager

BOOTH 112

A cloud-based software programme designed to automate and simplify goal setting in rehabilitation settings to facilitate effective goal setting.

 

Hocoma, Inc. 

BOOTH 323

Hocoma is the global leader for the development, manufacturing and marketing of robotic and sensorbased devices for functional movement therapy. 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 in the rehabilitation medicine field.

 

IOS Press

BOOTH 509

IOS Press, established in 1987, publishes around 100 international journals & approximately 75 books annually in a broad range of subjects. Premier titles in rehabilitation medicine include the Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine (www.iospress.com/journal-of-pediatric-rehabilitation-medicine), Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience (www.iospress.nl/restorative-neurology-and-neuroscience), Technology and Disability (www.iospress.nl/technology-and-disability) & NeuroRehabilitation (www.iospress.com/neurorehabilitation), come visit booth #509!

 

Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation

BOOTH 307

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

 

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital

BOOTH 405

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 Clinic

BOOTH 407

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)

BOOTH 302

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

 

National Center for Adaptive Neural Technologies

BOOTH 104

NATIONAL CENTER FOR ADAPTIVE NEURAL TECHNOLOGIES

National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation

BOOTH 501

The NM4R center has many opportunities for people interested in neuromodulation. Our primary goal is to develop and support a community of rehabilitation researchers who apply brain stimulation and operant conditioning tech to both mechanistic and intervention studies to further develop the technology and theory for the field of rehabilitation.

NeuLife Rehab

BOOTH 408

NeuLife Rehab is one of the largest residential CARF accredited post-acute programs in the country, specializing in Acquired Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries and other neurological related challenging diagnoses including but not limited to: Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, and Multiple Traumas including complex orthopedic injuries. 

NeuronUp

BOOTH 310

NeuronUP is a web platform that offers professionals activities of daily living for the rehabilitation and cognitive stimulation of people with brain damage, neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s, MS, Parkinson’s), neurodevelopmental disorders (ADHD, ASD), mental and intellectual disabilities, deficits from normal aging, etc.

 

NeuroRestorative

BOOTH 317

NeuroRestorative is a leading Provider of specialized sub-acute, skilled and post-acute rehabilitation services for people of all ages with brain injuries and other neurological challenges. In a variety of locations and settings, we offer a full continuum of care and rehabilitation options, including specialized services for infants, children, adolescents, and Military Service Veterans.

Ottobock

BOOTH 221

Established in 1919 in Germany, Ottobock opened its doors in the U.S. in 1958 and in Canada in 1978. Currently in its third generation as a privately held company, Ottobock offers products and services to help people maintain or regain their freedom of movement.

OxyHealth, LLC

BOOTH 223

OxyHealth is the world’s leading provider of hyperbaric chambers. Presently, OxyHealth is the pioneer of the industry with over 12,000 chambers in use, more than all other providers combined. OxyHealth continues to remain at the forefront of superior performance, quality and cutting-edge design concepts that far exceed industry safety standards.

PARO ROBOTS US INC

BOOTH 409

FDA Class II medical device therapeutic neurological robot. Recognized as biofeedback equipment. PARO harp seal is a robotic animal-like device used as a non-pharmacological intervention of anxiety, stress, depression, chronic pain and other BPSDs such as wandering, pacing, and agitation in dementia. CPT coding for Medicare administered biofeedback therapies.

Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana

BOOTH 303

RHI 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.

Restorative Therapies Inc.

BOOTH 418

Restorative Therapies provides innovative FES therapy systems to help people with neurological impairments or critical illness achieve their full recovery potential. Our systems provide stimulation to upper and lower extremities and trunk muscles. Help patients achieve functional goals with Xcite our new task specific system with easy-to-use pre-programmed activities.

Roceso Technologies

BOOTH 504

Roceso Technologies is a world pioneer in soft robotic exoskeleton technologies. Its solutions provide functional assistance to patients with limb motor function impairments during rehabilitation and daily living. The company’s flagship product, the EsoGLOVE, is one of the world lightest hand rehabilitation and exoskeleton devices offering top functionality and comfort.

Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Health

BOOTH 301

Rusk Rehabilitation is among the most renowned centers of its kind, home to innovations and advances that have set the standard in rehabilitation care. U.S. News & World Report has ranked us the best rehabilitation program in NY and one of the top ten in the country since 1989.

Saol Therapeutics

BOOTH 410

Saol Therapeutics (pronounced “Sail”) is a privately-held, specialty biotech pharmaceutical company with operations in both Roswell, GA and Dublin, Ireland. Saol, focused on neuroscience and rare disease, is committed to providing and advancing therapeutic options for patients and the physicians treating these populations.

Shepherd Center

BOOTH 801

Shepherd Center, in Atlanta, Georgia, is a not-for-profit hospital specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and spine and chronic pain. Shepherd Center is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 U.S. rehabilitation hospitals.

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network

BOOTH 311

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is nationally ranked by US News & World Report and the official teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Our network provides a continuum of rehabilitative care with 6 inpatient and 27 outpatient facilities. Our mission is to provide exceptional clinical care, promote medical education & advance research.

Tekscan, Inc. 

BOOTH 419

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

BOOTH 304

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.

TIRR Memorial Herman

BOOTH 412

VibeTech

BOOTH 106

ACRM ANNUAL CONFERENCE // HILTON ATLANTA // CORE: 21 – 24 OCT 2020 // PRE-CONFERENCE: 19 – 21 OCT

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