ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Good Shepherd Rehabilitation is inviting the general public to placed on its inventive pondering caps to call a chunk of 3D printing know-how.
A launch from Good Shepherd says the tech will form the way forward for rehabilitation within the Lehigh Valley and past.
Beginning now Good Shepherd is accepting title submissions for the rehabilitation community’s new 3D printer, which can be used to profit the lives of individuals with complicated medical situations and disabilities at Good Shepherd’s new rehabilitation hospital in Heart Valley.
“We invite sufferers, households, Good Shepherd group members and people from not simply the larger Lehigh Valley, however all around the nation to indicate off their creativity with our naming contest,” says Amanda Clark, PT, DPT, NCS, director of Good Shepherd Creates. “3D printing within the rehabilitation area has great life-changing potential for individuals with stroke, spinal cord injury, mind injury and different disabilities.”
The 3D printer naming contest is open to all and free to enter. There are not any limits on the variety of submissions.
The profitable entry will obtain a set of 3D-printed smartphone equipment, which have been produced on the very system that’s the topic of the naming contest.
The deadline to submit 3D printer names is Dec. 12.
An inner group at Good Shepherd will think about submissions and announce the winner at a future date.
To submit names, fill out the naming contest kind.