The P-CNS would like to thanks all those organisations and companies on this page supporting and working with us to deliver our vision and mission. You can find more information about those organisations by clicking on their logos

g.tec medical engineering

g.tec medical engineering was founded by Dr. Christoph Guger and Dr. Günter Edlinger in 1999 in Austria. g.tec medical engineering develops and produces invasive and non-invasive brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and neurotechnology that are used worldwide to measure and analyse brain waves with the highest possible resolution.

g.tec’s products are internationally used in clinical environments or for research purposes such as the analysis of the brain, heart or muscle activity, brain assessments of severe brain injuries and disorders of consciousness, motor rehabilitation after stroke, neuromarketing, deep brain stimulation, brain mapping, neuro prosthesis control, communication, painting and closed-loop invasive and non-invasive BCI experiments.


recoveriX Neurotechnology is a BCI-based rehabilitation system to train upper or lower extremities of patients who suffer from motor impairments. It is currently used in hospitals, clinics and rehabilitation centers worldwide to treat stroke and MS patients.

recoveriX is the first brain-computer interface rehabilitation system that pairs mental activities (specifically, the imagination of movement) with visual and tactile feedback in real-time. If a subject imagines a joint movement and receives visual feedback through a virtual avatar, and tactile feedback through electrical muscle stimulation at the same time, then this rewarding feedback encourages the patient to imagine the movement correctly. recoveriX is a human-centred therapy that supports motor recovery from the source: the BRAIN.

A neurological disorder might inhibit the ability to move hands, arms or feet, but maybe not the ability to imagine the movement! Patients are instructed to imagine a hand or a foot movement. Once the recoveriX system has recognized the motor imagery successfully, virtual reality and functional electrical stimulation will be activated.

recoveriX combines MOTOR IMAGERY (MI), VIRTUAL REALITY (VR) and FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION (FES). If the system recognises a correct motor imagery, the muscles get electrically stimulated, causing a real movement. This helps re-learn how to initiate movement, and thus make movement possible again.

Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Action is a community of people committed to a better life for everyone affected by epilepsy.
We want high quality, accessible epilepsy healthcare services, so that people with epilepsy have the support they need to manage their condition.
We want wider awareness and understanding of epilepsy, so that people living with the condition are treated with fairness and respect.


Motor neurone disease (MND) is a fatal, progressive neurological condition.

The MND Association is the only national charity for MND in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We support patients, carers and health and social care professionals.

Click here to read what support of materials are available for the health and social care professionals.

We campaign for better care.

We fund world class research.

Our helpline is for you and anyone affected by MND, call 0808 802 6262, or visit



We support children, young people & their families affected by Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1)

There is a large unmet need for those who do not meet the criteria for specialist care and for them we are working to ensure better care and a pathway to the specialist centres when needed.

It is almost impossible to sum up NF1 in a sentence due to the complexity of the condition, but amongst a possible plethora of symptoms & manifestations are bone deformities, epilepsy, autism, and tumours which whilst described as usually benign can cause serious issues such as mobility issues, pain and blindness.

Diagnosis remains relatively poor and we have a campaign to raise awareness of the possible significance of cafe au lait marks amongst health care professionals, particularly in early years such as Health Visitors: These are a very visual sign that NF1 should be considered but are often dismissed as birth marks.

We have an online support group of almost 2000 members and provide ways of bringing families, children, and young people together through fun zoom sessions and days out.

We also provide an SEN Advisor to help in the education system.

For more information please visit our website, facebook page or email