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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 team led by Toronto Rehab Senior Scientist Dr. Yana Yunusova is studying the novel use of computer games to improve speech therapy for Parkinson’s patients. Expanding on the id... More >
New clinic prescribes exercise for optimal recovery
Toronto Rehab’s New Cardiopulmonary Exercise Assessment (CPA) Clinic provides specialized fitness testing to determine an optimal e... More >
Accessible Gardening at Bickle Centre
University Health Network’s (UHN) first wheelchair accessible garden has been created at Toronto Rehab’s E.W. Bickle Centre f... More >
TRI Scientists prove better sleeping through exercise
While a person is sitting during the day, fluid accumulates in their legs. This happens because of gravity and because the musculovenous ... More >
Lifetime Achievement Award for TRI Scientist
Toronto Rehab’s Dr. Catriona Steele was named the 2016 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from Speech-Language and Audiolo... More >
Sports film science explained by Toronto Rehab expert
In the 1993 film Rookie of the Year, 12-year-old Henry Rowengartner breaks his arm and achieves superhuman pitching skills when he heals.... More >
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