School of Health Sciences

Innovations in Rehabilitation Technology Open House

Come Explore!

Innovations in Rehabilitation Technology for:

Open House November 4, 2021 from 4pm to 6:30pm

Demonstration of FEES technology by Dr. Violet Cox

Plan your visit!

Demonstrations of Rehabilitation Technology will be held across two buildings on the CSU Campus:

Center for Innovations in Medical Professions (IM):  2112 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH  44115

  • Body-Weight Support Gait System--PT--IM 225
  • Dynamic Floor--OT--IM 105
  • Climbing Wall--OT--IM 105
  • Rhythm Band Instruments--OT--IM 105
  • FEES Equipment and Mannequins—CSD/SLP--IM 209/211
  • AAC Equipment—CSD/SLP--IM 109

Health Science Building (HS and contiguous PE):  2501 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH  44115

  • Zeno Gait Analysis Walkway—PT—HS/PE, inquire at check-in
  • Bioness--OT--PE 71
  • Driving Simulator--OT--PE 71
Please RSVP by 10/27/21 if you need on-campus parking by filling out this form:


RSVP is not required to attend.

zoomed in map of campus locations

technology to be demonstrated by primary Therapy discipline:
Communication Sciences & Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology):
  • FEES Equipment and Mannequins (Demonstrated in IM 209/211)
  • AAC Equipment (Demonstrated in IM 109)


Occupational Therapy:

Driving Simulation Technology

  • Bioness (Demonstrated in PE 71)
  • Driving Simulator (Demonstrated in PE 71)
  • Dynamic Floor (Demonstrated in IM 105)
  • Climbing Wall (Demonstrated in IM 105)
  • Rhythm Band Instruments (Demonstrated in IM 105)


Physical Therapy:
  • Body-Weight Support Gait System (Demonstrated in IM 225):  The Biodex NxStep™ Unweighing System enables partial weight-bearing therapy with open access to the patient. Offloading a percentage of body weight allows the opportunity for early rehabilitation while providing a safe environment for patient and therapist. Therapists can focus on treating their patients, manually facilitating lower extremities.

partial weight-bearing therapy system

  • Zeno Gait Analysis Walkway (Demonstrated in HS/PE, inquire at check-in):  The ProtoKinetics Zeno™ Walkway collects and analyzes temporal, spatial and pressure data along with our unique metric: Symmetry of Propulsion. These solutions and associated applications are used for client evaluation, measuring patient progress, conducting clinical research, and education.

person walking on a biometric walkway


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