Spasticity is a medical disorder that occurs after injury to the brain or spinal cord. Tens of thousands of Canadians are affected, making it difficult to move their limbs.
Doors open at 6:00, talks will begin at 6:30. This talk is geared to parents, young people and teachers who are interested in learning how education changes the brain.
Light-weight wearable sensors are now readily available to assess human movement “outside of the laboratory” and are rapidly gaining popularity in clinical practice and in the community.
The UBC Physical Activity and Precision Health Research Cluster invites you to come and join us for an evening of presentation on how technology can help all of us stay active and healthy.
What does it take to map something as complex as the brain?
Doors open at 6:00, talk will begin at 6:30. This talk is geared to parents, young people and teachers who are interested in learning how education changes the brain.
Doors will open at 6:00 for all with presentations beginning at 6:30.
Please join us for the Centre for Brain Health Falls Education Day!
Our event on Monday, October 22nd will start with presentations from each of the three speakers, and end with a panel discussion inspired by audience questions.
The use of electrical stimulation during the removal of brain tumors on conscious patients allows medical professionals to monitor essential functions such as language and vision remain intact.
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