Researcher, Department of NeuroRehabilitation
IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana Rome, Italy
Dr. Patrizio Sale, MD, PhD is from Italy. Dr. Patrizio Sale is Researcher at IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana Rome. He is active in teaching and researcher. He is adjunct professor of PM&R at the University Tor Vergata at the IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana and adjunct professor at the University La Sapienza Rome. From 2001 he is teacher at School for biomedical laboratory technician of University of Roma La Sapienza. Teacher of "Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation" and "Neurological Rehabilitation" at the University of Roma Tor Vergata. He, annually, leads university courses for professional educators, physiotherapists and medical doctors specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. His work in Parkinson and Stroke robotic-assisted rehabilitation. This include an initiative to develop a new wearable robot to help stroke survivor in ADL. His areas of researcher are Gait, Upper Limb Motion, Motor Learning, Action Observation and Robotics. He is author of several publications (52 research articles and review) on prestigious international journal with impact factor and has a total impact factor of 250 and a global h-index of 13. He is reviewer of International scientific journals. He is Member of Italian Society of Neurological Rehabilitation (SIRN), â¨Member of Italian Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (SIMFER), Member of Neuroscience Society.
Rehabilitation robotics, Neurological rehabilitation, Movement disorders, Computerised movement analysis (biomechanics, dynamic electromyography, posturography).