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Robot Developed at U of G Helps Stroke Patients Recover

March 13, 2009 - News Release
Robot Developed at U of G Helps Stroke Patients Recover Physiotherapists working with patients recovering from a stroke may soon be able to enlist a robotic helper developed by scientists at the University of Guelph and tested with human patients at Hamilton Health Sciences...read more

Robot helps patients recover from stroke

President's Report 2009
Presidents Report A Guelph engineers to help patients recovering from a stroke has been successfully tested with human patients at Hamilton Health Sciences. A team of researchers led by Prof. Hussein Abdullah has been developing the technology for seven years. It helps stroke patients with exercises that restore the function of their upper limbs...read more

Robot Rehab Four more...three more...two more...

Physiotherapists working with stroke patients can now expect a helping hand from robotic assistants while they are rehabilitating upper limbs.
 
A new technology developed by Hussein Abdullah, a professor of robotics and engineering from the University of Guelph, has proven to be as effective as the conventional method of therapy...read more

Robot Developed at U of G Helps Stroke Patients Recover 

March 13, 2009
Guelph - Physiotherapists working with patients recovering from a stroke may soon be able to enlist a robotic helper developed by scientists at the University of Guelph and tested with human patients at Hamilton Health Sciences...read more

Hamilton Health Sciences pioneers robot designed to help stroke patients’ recovery 

Volume 7, No. 4 - April 2009
Physiotherapists working with patients recovering from strokes may soon be able to enlist a robotic helper developed by scientists at the University of Guelph in collaboration with physiotherapists at Hamilton Health Sciences...read more