Physiotherapist William Kwong (right) helps 57-year-old Mr Ng, a patient recovering from a stroke, to train his hand muscles. Photo: Dickson Lee Physiotherapist William Kwong (right) helps 57-year-old Mr Ng, a patient recovering from a stroke, to train his hand muscles. Photo: Dickson Lee
Physiotherapist William Kwong (right) helps 57-year-old Mr Ng, a patient recovering from a stroke, to train his hand muscles. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ageing society

Robotic glove that aids stroke recovery among services offered by Hong Kong care centre

Christian Family Service Centre runs HK$7.8 million programme targeting patients not covered by public rehabilitation services during their ‘golden recovery period’ immediately after hospital discharge

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Physiotherapist William Kwong (right) helps 57-year-old Mr Ng, a patient recovering from a stroke, to train his hand muscles. Photo: Dickson Lee Physiotherapist William Kwong (right) helps 57-year-old Mr Ng, a patient recovering from a stroke, to train his hand muscles. Photo: Dickson Lee
Physiotherapist William Kwong (right) helps 57-year-old Mr Ng, a patient recovering from a stroke, to train his hand muscles. Photo: Dickson Lee
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