Tracking the recovery of a patient suffering from a concussion has traditionally been a struggle for physicians, especially in the world of sport where the level of exertion can play a big role in recovery.
Ashleigh Kennedy, CEO of Ottawa’s Neurovine, knows the price concussions extol on the brain, having seen her father’s friends, all professional football players, decline rapidly as they aged.
Her startup is using artificial intelligence to open the “black box” on concussions and provide a more personalized path to recovery.
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