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Assistive Technology and Rehabilitation
Members of the Assistive Technology, Rehabilitation and Biomechanics group use biomechanical modelling and measurement to assess rehabilitation needs and design interventions across a range of conditions. Our clinical interests are mainly in neurological rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, spasticity and fracture management.
We have access to state-of-the-art facilities for movement analysis, biomechanics and exercise physiology in our labs on the Keele campus, the Royal Stoke University Hospital and the Orthotic Research and Locomotor Assessment Unit at RJAH hospital.
Dr Fraser Philp
Lecturer in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Science
+44 (0)1782 734563
Research associates and students
- Mr Martin Seyres
- Ms Amnah Alrumuh
- Mr Shallum Sardar
- Mr Mohammad Alshehab
- Ms Aphrodite Kouzouna
- Mr Ahmad Al-Shallawi
- Mr Hamzah Hmeidi