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FisioExpo is the first physiotherapy event in Spain and it gathered more than 5,000 professionals

Physiotherapy is growing in Spain at a rate of 6% per year, but hidden from the spotlight. The event was held at the congress center IFEMA in Madrid and during 3 consecutive days (October 14, 15 and 16) professionals were able to learn about the latest technology, learn new techniques from the most known professionals and discover new practices that will allow them to improve their patients quality of life.

FisioExpo had more than 60 training workshops, 200 exhibitors and the presence of 5,000 professionals in the sector and for three days was the epicenter of the Spanish Physiotherapy bringing together a wide representation of physiotherapists from different specialties such as sports physiotherapy, musculoskeletal, gynecological, uro gynecological and obstetric, trauma, pediatric, neurological, aesthetic, oncology, cranio mandibular, among others.

DyCare team at FisioExpo

Our team was actively involved during the three days of the event demonstrating the benefits of ReHub to professionals, providing knowledge about telerehabilitation and explaining to the audience how to implement this type of digital solutions in clinics and traditional rehabilitation centers.

At FisioExpo, on Friday, our team of digital experts did a workshop explaining how digital tools can help improve clinical practice and improve operational efficiency

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Competition Sunday: Digitizing Physiotherapy with Artificial Intelligence

On the last day of Congress, a competition promoted by DyCare took place on the main stage where 4 volunteers were invited to come up to form two teams. At the end of the competition, the winners got a free ReHub Pro license for 3 months.

The challenge of the contest was to use the ReHub platform and obtain the highest score in quality of execution of the proposed exercises through two different technologies: inertial movement and force sensors and computer vision technology.

In the end, the two teams tied up with a 97% level of execution quality. This parameter is obtained as a result of the speed and articular range of the movement and the number of repetitions.



Ricardo Jauregui, DyCare CTO showing ReHub

Thanks to everyone who came to join us in our workshops and to all those who came to learn or expand their knowledge about telerehabilitation. If you were not able to attend the event but you are interested in telerehabilitation, you can schedule a personalized demo or try ReHub for free for 14 days !

See you at the next edition!