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David Blacker (standing) says the ableX pilot program has showed promise. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Tech offers home-based rehab

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.

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