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Technical Webinar: The latest Robotic Technologies application in Rehabilitation and Elderly Care

Date, time & venue

2021-09-15;6:30-8:00 pm;Webinar

Jointly organized by AMC, EVD and MMNC

Programme Highlight

The webinar will introduce:
-  Robotic technology is a mission to revolutionise the rehabilitation industry with affordable robotic technologies for elderly and the disabled.
- Discussion on application and adoption of Robotic Solutions in Rehabilitation and Elderly Care.
- Wearable robotics are able to produce repetitive physical training with high quality as well as allowing increased intensity of rehabilitation.
- Man-machine-interaction allows an objective measure of progress for professional therapists.


Mr. Alvin Cheung is the Co-Founder and CEO of HandyRehab (Zunosaki Limited), a health-tech startup devoted to bringing affordable robotics into communities and households. With extensive understanding of community healthcare needs and healthcare services providers, Alvin oversees the commercialisation of technology, business development and fund-raising across the venture.

Alvin believes that business is a vital force for creating social good. Since 2015, he and his team have developed HandyRehab, one of the worlds lightest wireless robotic gloves designed for rehabilitation. As the company’s flagship product, the sensor-based technology is key to hand function rehabilitation during the golden recovery period for stroke patients.

Recently, Alvin has been selected as a Forbes 30 Under 30 honouree. In 2020, Alvin was recognised by Tatler as a Gen.T Leader of Tomorrow for shaping Asias future, among a group of 400 trailblazing entrepreneurs and creatives who are driving positive impact and catalysing change in Asia.


PowerPoint and presentation in Cantonese & English

Registration & Enquiries

The seminar is free of charge with maximum of participants of 80.  Please register at AMC website (  For enquiries, please contact Mr Benjamin Lam at    Attendance certificate will be awarded after the webinar.





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