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Kessler and BrainQ partner on a national trial of breakthrough device to improve recovery after stroke

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Researchers from Kessler Foundation and Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (collectively “Kessler”) are enrolling participants in a national trial of a breakthrough device for improving recovery after stroke. Kessler locations in West Orange and Saddle Brook, NJ, are among the 20 sites across the U.S. participating in the EMAGINE Stroke Recovery Trial, which pairs therapeutic exercise with stimulation of the brain through an investigational wearable device.

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