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Spire Southampton Hospital has announced its support for Nucleus Expo, the science and technology themed event which takes place at the University of Southampton Science Park on Wednesday 21st September. Sponsoring the event’s Networking Hub, Spire physiotherapists and surgeons will be in attendance, showcasing some of the ground breaking technologies they use.

Jane Whitney-Smith, Hospital Director for Spire Southampton Hospital commented: “We are excited to be playing a major role in bringing people together at Nucleus Expo 2016. The networking zone is always an important draw for attendees and we see this as an excellent opportunity to demonstrate our own expertise and how we deploy the very latest technical innovations at our hospital here in Southampton.”

Highlights include:

Perform Sports and Exercise Medicine Centre. Spire has created two world-class rehabilitation, sports and exercise medicine, and human performance facilities in Southampton as part of Spire Healthcare’s growing physiotherapy and sports medicine portfolio. Combined, the Centres feature consultation/treatment rooms, a fully-equipped rehabilitation gym, a hydrotherapy pool, outside rehabilitation space, and a specialist movement studio and Gait analysis lab to measure walking and running patterns.

Da Vinci Surgical System. This innovative system has brought minimally invasive surgery to more than 3 million patients worldwide. Powered by robotic technology, surgeons’ hand movements are translated into smaller, precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patient’s body while ensuring that he or she is in full control at all times. One such instrument is a laparoscope, a thin tube with a tiny camera and light at the end, which sends images to a video monitor in the operating room to guide doctors during surgery.

Don’t forget to register for Nucleus Expo for free today.

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