This year’s ENC showcases the latest innovative products and services that can make monumental differences to the quality of life for individuals living with a neurological condition.
The European Neuro Convention is the largest event of its kind, bringing together neurological professionals from around the globe for an exciting two-day event. The show is the only place where visitors can find the latest cutting edge products, see the most advanced technology demonstrated and learn from the sector’s most inspiring names. The event takes place at the ExCel in London on the 7th and 8th June 2017 and tickets are completely free. Register for your complimentary ticket and order your show guide here.
With over 150 suppliers exhibiting at the event, there is an abundance of opportunities to find a life-improving product. Saebo VR will be at this year’s European Neuro Convention, presenting and highlighting the features and benefits of their new Virtual Reality ADL (activities of daily living) system. Cyclone Technologies will for the first time in public, demonstrate their new Xcite (Restorative therapies, Baltimore, MD). The workshop will explore how the Xcite can provide the framework and patterns for functional electrical stimulation (FES) derived gait in complete paraplegia.
Joining the host of suppliers will be 100 speakers who range from experienced professionals to inspirational individuals who have triumphed through their neurological condition. Hear from the founder of PAUL for Brain Recovery, Paul Spence, who was the victim of an unprovoked attack and subsequently suffered a brain haemorrhage. His long journey saw himself feel lost, lonely and vulnerable throughout his injury and he knew there needed to be some place to obtain comfort, support, education and inspiration. This led him to setting up the charity PAUL for Brain Recovery, who with the support of Hull CCG, opened a Brain Recovery Centre in 2016.
Katharine Ford from Epilepsy Forward Cycling has 25 years first hands experience of having epilepsy, a condition that led her to establishing Epilepsy Forward in 2016, an organisation with the aim to raise epilepsy awareness through cycling. Earlier this year, Katherine became the 12 Hour British Static Cycling distance record holder. She will be presenting Implications of Sodium and Epilepsy in Ultra Endurance Sport.
If you are interested in exhibiting at the European Neuro Convention this year and wish to meet the public and private hospital teams that are involved in the decision-making process for the purchasing of new equipment. Then, please do not hesitate to contact Dominic on 0117 929 6097 or email Dominic.firstname.lastname@example.org