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Another Canadian startup, no rx Montreal’s Jintronix Inc., is building software that couples Kinect’s motion sensing and scanning properties with clinical programs to deliver physical therapy exercises remotely to patients such as stroke victims and those in geriatric care.
“Not only were we able to prove the clinical outcomes and in a much greater manner than we expected,but to have the patients so excited about Jintronix was wonderful”
- Regina Melly, VP Business Development, TNJH
“In our industry we need measurable outcomes, it’s where payment reform is going. Jintronix’s ability to measure the outcomes, so quickly, easily and efficiently, in a standardized manner, is second to none”
- Paul Riccio, VP of Business Development, Vertis Therapy
“Patient motivation is one of the best features of Jintronix. It changed my mind about the role of games in the therapy of patients”
- Aaron Bunnell M.D., Department of Rehabilitation, UW Medicine