INTI International University Physiotherapy Students Gain Insight into Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies at Workshop Hosted by Fourier Intelligence, Malaysia

Physiotherapy students from INTI International University recently participated in a workshop hosted by Fourier Intelligence, Malaysia, offering them a valuable opportunity to gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology in rehabilitation.

During the workshop, attendees were actively engaged in discussions on robotic inventions and practical sessions with rehabilitation equipment, providing them with a comprehensive understanding of the latest advancements in the field. Organizers underscored the transformative potential of technology in rehabilitation, emphasizing its role in driving progress and innovation in healthcare.

Furthermore, the collaboration between Fourier Intelligence and Motus Academy culminated in the “Integration of Advanced Technologies into Rehabilitation Settings” workshop held at Motus Academy, Kuala Lumpur. This collaborative effort aimed to leverage artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), wearables, and robotics to enhance patient recovery processes.

By bringing together expertise from both academia and industry, the workshop facilitated knowledge exchange and practical insights into the integration of advanced technologies into rehabilitation settings. Participants gained valuable insights into the application of AI, VR, wearables, and robotics in optimizing patient care and improving treatment outcomes.

The event underscored the importance of embracing technological innovation in the field of rehabilitation, highlighting its potential to revolutionize patient care and contribute to advancements in healthcare practices.

As INTI International University continues to prioritize experiential learning and industry engagement, workshops like these play a crucial role in preparing students for the evolving demands of the healthcare sector and equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary to make meaningful contributions to patient care and well-being.