Global News on Remembrance Day: Capt. Trevor Greene makes amazing progress (at 4:35 mark) [Global News]

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Using advanced brain-scanning technology known as Neurocatch, Greene’s team of doctors could show his brain rewiring through neuroplasticity. It was so successful they decided to to thing to the next level, introducing a robotic exoskeleton to help train his muscles how to walk again.

After surviving attack in Afghanistan, B.C. man serves as inspiration for new centre for veterans [Global News]

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Greene’s progress is not only being observed by fellow veterans and the scientific community, but he’s also being credited as the inspiration behind Legion Veterans Village being built in Surrey, a first-of-its-kind in Canada.

From near death to inspirational speaker, soldier’s recovery from axe attack continues to impress [CBC Vancouver – Article]

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Greene’s progress is not only being observed by fellow veterans and the scientific community, but he’s also being credited as the inspiration behind Legion Veterans Village being built in Surrey, a first-of-its-kind in Canada.

New Surrey mental-health centre to use technology to treat PTSD for soldiers, first responders [Vancouver Sun]

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Trevor Greene, who suffered a severe and debilitating brain injury from an axe attack on a Canadian Armed Forces’ peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan in 2006, continues to make “significant” improvement, thanks, he says, to a technology developed by a Surrey doctor.

B.C. soldier shows resiliency after brain injury [CityNews 1130]

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Known as the iron soldier, Captain Trevor Greene was attacked with an axe to the head while serving in Afghanistan. As Ashley Burr explains, his unique rehabilitation has inspired the creation of a massive new centre to support veterans’ health in Surrey. (CityNews 1130 – TV segment)