The "Roadshow" in less than 90 min 
CoMoveIT provides a complete series of introduction webinars, in English. You can watch these webinars just to get a bit more background. Or, with this, you can prepare yourself towards the full-fledged CoMoveIT Academy for which the roadshow content is a starting point.
CoMoveIT Roadshow – Introduction 
Prof. Dr. Elegast Monbaliu guides you through the underlying rationale and highlights the special features of CoMoveIT Smart. Curious how you can reach the greatest possible independent mobility? Let’s go!

CoMoveIT Roadshow - Cerebral Palsy 
CP is the most common cause of severe motor disability with a huge impact on daily life aspects. In this webinar, Prof. Elegast Monbaliu learns you more about this pathology, how to overcome the difficulties and open doors to independency! 

CoMoveIT Roadshow - Multiple Sclerosis & Spinal Cord Injury 
We all know someone with multiple sclerosis, a spinal cord injury or another adult-onset pathology. But do you know what the impact can be on a person's life? Time to learn more! 

CoMoveIT Roadshow - Technical Information
Our Business Development Manager Michiel answers these questions and more:
- How does the CoMoveIT Smart work? 
- How can I easily install a CoMoveIT Smart? 
- How can I adapt the CoMoveIT Smart to end-users? 

CoMoveIT Roadshow - Evidence-based Development
Prof. Elegast Monbaliu explains the evidence-based development of the CoMoveIT Smart, as it is the result of several years of research, combining rehabilitation sciences, mechatronics and IT sciences. Ready to learn more?

“We intubate babies after a difficult birth and give respiration, we keep premature babies alive, we give them medication,...

If they do end up with a disability, then we also have a duty to let them really live... don't we?

They have the right like anyone else to move with maximum independence... don't they?

That is our role as society, and as therapist I fully subscribe that goal.

(Elegast Monbaliu)

 Relevant publications


THE LANCET Neurology, Sept 2017,

 Clinical presentation and management of dyskinetic cerebral palsy.

DMCN, 2016

Clinical patterns of dystonia and choreoathetosis in participants with dyskinetic cerbral palsy

 Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology

EJPN. 2020, 

The relationship of dystonia and choreoathetosis with activity, participation and quality of life in children and youth with  dyskinetic cerebral palsy. 

 Sensors 2019, 

 Development of a Data Logger for Capturing Human-Machine Interaction in Wheelchair Head-Foot Steering Sensor System in Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy


Disability and Rehabilitation, 2018,

 Presence and severity of dystonia and choreoathetosis overflow movements in participants with dyskinetic cerebral palsy and their relation with functional classification scales. 


Disability and Rehabilitation, May 2021,

 Exercise load and physical activity intensity in relation to dystonia and choreoathetosis during powered wheelchair mobility in children and youth with dyskinetic cerebral palsy


EJPN, 2020, 

 Dystonia and choreoathetosis presence and severity in relation to powered wheelchair mobility performance in children and youth with dyskinetic cerebral palsy


Applied Sciences, 2019,

 Development of the Dyskinesia Impairment Mobility Scale to Measure Presence and Severity of Dystonia and Choreoathetoses is during Powered Mobility in Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy. 


 Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 2020, 

Clinical presentation of spasticity and passive range of motion deviations in dyskinetic cerebral palsy in relation to dystonia, choreoathetosis, and functional classification. 

Cover image for Developmental Neurorehabilitation, Volume 25, Issue 8

IFMBE, 2020,

 The Effect of Force Sensor Arrays Integration into Textile for a Novel Head-Foot Wheelchair Steering System




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