Study: Wearable Technology Can Accurately Track Motor Recovery Of People With Brain Injuries

Wearables track motor recovery
A team led by Wyss Associate Faculty member Paolo Bonato, Ph.D., found in a recent study that wearable technology is suitable to accurately track motor recovery of individuals with brain injuries and thus allow clinicians to choose more effective interventions and to improve outcomes. Credit: Shutterstock/Dmytro Zinkevych
Researchers at Wyss Institute have found that wearable technology is suitable to accurately track motor recovery of individuals with brain injury and thus allow clinicians to choose more effective interventions […]
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