For several years bioengineering has been developing new technologies in the field of rehabilitation and the number of biomedical articles on their efficacy is on the increase. The need to be tuned into how these new technologies are used has recently come to light thanks to the development of Telerehabilitation, prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Only collaboration between bioengineering and rehabilitation will allow for the integration of biomechanics, neurophysiology and the rationale of physiotherapy planning to further the development and spread of technologies.
The aim of the Master’s programme is to introduce the rationale, scientific evidence and the applications of technologies used in motor rehabilitation.
Starting date: January 2021
Duration: 1 year
Available places: 20-30 places, assigned through
a qualifications-based selection
Online applications: open until November 23rd, 2020 Costs: € 3.500
Location: Humanitas University, Pieve Emanuele, Milan