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Become less dependant on family and professional services and enjoy an improved quality of life. We work directly with healthcare professionals, Occupational Therapists and the end user to provide a personalized experience to everyone involved in a rehabilitation process.

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KINOVA ROBOTICS
4333, Boulevard de la Grande-Allée
Boisbriand (Quebec), Canada, J7H 1M7

+1-514-277-3777
1-855-654-6682
info@kinovarobotics.com

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