Business News journalist Tori Wilson speaks with institute Medical Director Dr David Blacker about home based technology ableX.

“Technology that recently arrived in Perth from New Zealand could improve rehabilitation outcomes for multiple sclerosis and stroke patients, offering the potential to speed-up recovery while reducing the need to travel for treatment.

Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science medical director and consultant neurologist, David Blacker, has secured the technology from New Zealand-based rehabilitation company ableX healthcare Limited.

The technology is a combination of therapy games and versatile handheld controllers for upper limb training.”

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