What We Do
Offering excellence in Neurological-Rehabilitation Care in Spinal Cord Injury, Acquired Brain Injury and stroke
Member of African Spinal Cord Injury Network
Management of Spasticity
14-15 July 2019
NEURAM was set up in 2017 as a not-for-profit Foundation to act as a vehicle for raising awareness on areas, related to neurological disabilities and for improving neurological rehabilitation care. Studies carried out by Prof Anba Soopramanien and his team over the period 2008-2012 revealed a problem in Mauritius in the management of people with neurological disabilities (Stroke, Brain injury and Spinal Cord Injury). Among the problems highlighted are pressure ulcers (sores) and lifting of patients. Whilst the focus is on neurological diseases, the same principles of management apply to the elderly, who are bound to become an important target group as the population ages..
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From June 5th to 16th
Several training activities are planned in Mauritius and will benefit, in addition to Dr Soopramanien’s expertise, from the contribution of two nurses with 25 years’ experience each in pressure sore management, one head occupational therapist specialised in manual handling, posture and seating; and a research physiotherapist.
May 25, 2017
Local manufacturing of cushion for wheel chairs
May 12, 2017
It is planned to acquire a bus or mini van to take care to those who needed where they needed. The target is September 2017.