Linari Medical

AvDesk specialists.

Centro Dia.Ri

Centro Dia.Ri

Centro-Dia.Ri

Centro Dia.Ri

The Dia.Ri centre is made up of Linari Medical Qualified Therapists, ables to provide AvDesk therapies in both adults and children with visual field impairments, such as hemianopsia and quadrantanopia.
Its name born from the combination of two Italian words “DIAgnosi and RIabilitazione”, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation in English. The team of excellence is made up of psychologists, neuropsychologists and physiotherapists, besides the cooperation with professionals with different skills which enables the centre to provide patients with multidisciplinary assistance.
As a reference point of the Tuscan Area thanks to the quality of the services, Dia.Ri centre guides patients in their neuro-visual rehabilitation.

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AvDesk at home

AvDesk is a user-friendly device, transportable, and easy to install.
Just arrange it on your desk in a quiet place and your Doctor will remotely provide you a customized therapy, enabling you to undergo the treatment on your own, whenever you want.

AvDesk in clinic

You can also undergo the treatment at your doctor’s clinic.

Telehealth

Telehealth  allows the device use in the clinic without the physical presence of a doctor or his assistant. What makes that possible is the union between cloud-connected artificial intelligence technologies and doctor sensibility and experience. The Linari Medical Tutors take care of the patient on remote during the whole treatment, daily updating, and adapting the treatment protocol, based on the patient’s real brain plasticity

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