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Advancing understanding of concussion recovery
A social enterprise entrepreneur who was recognized among the Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada in 2012, Kanika Gupta (in photo) is using art to express how she has re-conceptualized life following a brain injury. Kanika lives with post concussive syndrome (PCS) which affects between 10 and 20 percent of those ... More >
Sports therapy promoted at Lyndhurst Games
Once spinal cord injury patients complete rehab, they are at risk for becoming house-bound and disengaged from the community and physical... More >
Developing computer games for speech therapy
Parkinson's disease can impair the movement of muscles such as the lips or tongue, and cause slowed or slurred speech. A research te... More >
Improving physical and mental health in breast cancer survivors
Women are surviving breast cancer at higher rates, but living with the impact of the disease, treatment and surgery. Toronto Rehab has cr... More >
Choreographing an incredible recovery from stroke
While successfully rising in her career, 39-year old professional choreographer Julie Tomaino suffered a series of strokes that left her ... More >
POWER PLAY Pitch Competition
Toronto Rehab Foundation, in partnership with the iDAPT Centre for Rehabilitation Research and Age-Well NCE, hosted its first POWER PLAY ... More >
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