Neurorehabilitation devices are set to skyrocket in demand over coming years as technology and research improves by the day.
A new industry report has outlined coming trends in neurorehabilitation and covers:
- Neurorobotic System
- Brain Computer Interface
- Non-invasive Stimulators; and
- Wearable Devices.
The report, by Marketexpertz, reinforces the potential of non-invasive stimulators when it comes to helping people manage a variety of neurological conditions.
Like non-invasive brain stimulation, there are other non-surgical offerings coming into market, like the textured Naboso Insoles.
Our Insoles are already having an impact across the world, helping people with Parkinsons Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological conditions.
This trend report is further proof that natural and non-invasive technology can be just as effective as tech with screens and systems when it comes to the new frontier of fighting and helping people manage neurological conditions.
Recent research from the Queensland Institute of Technology together with Australian National University found that their data suggested that ‘textured insoles may provide a low-cost means of improving postural stability in high falls-risk groups, such as people with PD.’
The research Effects of Textured Insoles on Balance in People with Parkinson’s Disease, also found that textured insoles reduced medial-lateral sway in the PD group.
Access the Marketexpertz report here (there is a cost): http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3845492