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The trouble with lifting

Nurses sustain the highest level of back injuries compared to any other profession, including construction workers, loggers and miners….. more

Practical products: delivering on ideas

We believe that great ideas are not enough. At Toronto Rehab, researchers work closely with industry partners to put our ideas into action. The goal: to get products to people who need them….. more

Computer vision: keeping an eye on mobility

When patients go home after rehabilitation, there’s something potentially dangerous waiting for them: stairs….. more

Talk to me – the challenge of communication

The following occurs frequently in my geriatric medicine assessment clinic… more

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Senior drivers

It’s one of the toughest calls a physician can make―deciding when it’s time for an elderly patient to hang up the car keys….. more

Driving distractions

GPS systems. Hands-free phones. Audio devices. How do these electronic systems in our cars affect our ability to drive?….. more

Computer vision: keeping an eye on mobility

When patients go home after rehabilitation, there’s something potentially dangerous waiting for them: stairs….. more

Dealing with dementia

As an engineering graduate in 1996, Dr. Alex Mihailidis was looking for a challenging area of research that would have a meaningful impact in his field―and on people’s lives. He found it in a chance encounter at a conference with a fellow engineer whose wife had early-onset Alzheimer’s disease…. more

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