Innovative research has been part of the mission at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute for many years. With the opening of the Research Center at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in 2007, all the Institute's research activities are now located under one 'umbrella.'
By coordinating all investigative studies within the new Research Center, the Institute is more strategic and focused when conducting research and development projects.
Imagine a robot that can check on recovering stroke patients, remind them to do exercises - even update therapists about their progress. Meet the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute's Home Therapy System (known as SKOTEE) is one of the latest inventions being developed at the Research Center. Learn more about it on startribune.com.
For more information on the Courage Kenny Research Center, contact Ali Moin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-863-2019.
The Courage Kenny Research Center is funded by the Courage Kenny Foundation.
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