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    high level scientific meeting on movement recovery

    I am heading off today to a week-long meeting in Vienna.
    http://movement.fesworkshop.org/Default.aspx

    Observers are welcome. So, if there are people who live in Vienna, they can come. It should be very interesting.

    Wise.
    Last edited by Wise Young; 10-04-2008 at 08:25 AM.

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    That looks to be a very interesting meeting of scientific minds. And Vienna is a great city - I visited a couple of times and enjoyed it a lot - stayed in an old hotel where it is said Orson Welles stayed while filming scenes for The Third Man. There is a lovely Opera house there and a friend of mine who is a sculptor made a large Memorial piece for all the Jews killed during WWII. It is the cast of the inside of a library - check it out if you have the time. I'm told it is a very moving piece of work. I think its outside location is somewhere very central in the inner city.

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    I'll be there in spirit!

    My rough calculation is that you present from 4:10-5 AM (Pacific ) on Monday morning. I look forward to the possible progress due to the collaboration you all will have.
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    hi carbar,

    are you sure u can't make it

    just read the program, should be good

    Hey Wise tell Dr. Huang hello and give us reports if possible, a lot of oeg stuff

    are any european cc'r going
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo
    hi carbar,

    are you sure u can't make it

    just read the program, should be good

    Hey Wise tell Dr. Huang hello and give us reports if possible, a lot of oeg stuff

    are any european cc'r going

    Hi Leo,
    No chance of going i'm afraid. A bit too late to arrange flight, hotel etc and change schedule here.

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    I can see a foundation from over here by the name “Foundation for Movement Recovery” is the sponsor for the event. Who are they? Haven’t heard a peep about them. Is it some secret underground movement? Besides what is Carlos Lima and a few others doing there, is that ‘high level scientific’ serious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    I can see a foundation from over here by the name “Foundation for Movement Recovery” is the sponsor for the event. Who are they? Haven’t heard a peep about them. Is it some secret underground movement? Besides what is Carlos Lima and a few others doing there, is that ‘high level scientific’ serious?
    I agree Leif,

    I was told about this "Sumer School" a while ago, but when I have seen Carlos Lima, Giorgio Brunelli (an italian I don't racomand) etc. are there I started to be sceptical about this event. I hope Prof. Young will ask Caros Lima to stop playing with damaged human spinal cord.

    Paolo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    I can see a foundation from over here by the name “Foundation for Movement Recovery” is the sponsor for the event. Who are they? Haven’t heard a peep about them. Is it some secret underground movement? Besides what is Carlos Lima and a few others doing there, is that ‘high level scientific’ serious?

    Lima seems to spend so much time on the lecture/talk circuit that it is no wonder he never has time to publish his results. I saw him in France last year, he gave quite a lengthy talk but at the end said he had no time to publish a definitive peer-review paper. Wonder if that is still the case? His talk was not impressive or inspiring.

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    If oeg procedure worked I SHOULD HAVE SOME IMPROVMENTS AFTER 2 YEARS ...ONLY NEUROPHATIC PAIN AND INCREASED SPASTICITY ....SAD AND TRUE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carbar
    Lima seems to spend so much time on the lecture/talk circuit that it is no wonder he never has time to publish his results. I saw him in France last year, he gave quite a lengthy talk but at the end said he had no time to publish a definitive peer-review paper. Wonder if that is still the case? His talk was not impressive or inspiring.
    all show , no go

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