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New Technology in Rehabilitation – University of Newcastle

The use of technology in the rehabilitation setting is rapidly developing. We are exploring the use of a virtual reality device to assist in upper-limb rehabilitation in people with stroke or traumatic brain injury.

Participation will involve three therapy sessions per week for five weeks. Part of that session will be provided with a novel device using virtual reality if you are allocated to that group.  If you have reduced movement in your arm and do not suffer from motion sickness you may be eligible.

If you are interested in being a part of this research, please contact the research team: (02) 49212041 or Jodie.Marquez@newcastle.edu.au

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