Have a listen to Dr. Patterson discuss the importance of “beautiful movement” in rehabilitation. She touches on how dance and music have multifaceted benefits that she is hoping to explore further in her own research. For the full interview, head over to James Braithwaites’ Youtube channel!
RSI – Ontario Graduate Scholarship Congratulations to RELEARN Lab PhD student Sarah Gregor on receiving a 2019-2020 Ontario Graduate Scholarship! Sarah is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto. As a physiotherapist, Sarah is interested to research rehabilitation questions that she can one day apply toContinue reading “RELEARN Lab – 2019 At A Glance”
Let the dancing continue! The Heart and Stroke Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery (CPSR) recently released the details of the 2016 Catalyst Grant winners. Among the funded projects was, “An investigation of the feasibility of a group and home video dance (GROOVE-D) program to improve gait, balance and mood post-stroke”, which is led by Drs.Continue reading “GROOVE-D program receives CPSR funding”
A recent publication first authored by RELEARN Lab alum, Stephen Parsons, has been featured in the Department of Physical Therapy’s News Roll. Check out the article on the relationship of plantar cutaneous sensation and standing balance post-stroke here: http://www.physicaltherapy.utoronto.ca/news-events/9801/ You can also read the full article in Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery delivered its very popular Stroke Program in Neurorecovery (SPiN) workshop on November 16-17, 2015 for 40 trainees from stroke recovery research centres across Canada. This year’s theme was, “Translational Research & Innovative Technologies: Traveling the Path from Bedside to Bench & Back”. Trainees spent two fullContinue reading “SPiN-ing in Toronto”