Electrical stimulation improves arm control in paralyzed monkeys — ScienceDaily

Electrical stimulation of surviving nerves of the upper spinal cord damaged by severe injury can improve motor control of the upper limb and allow individuals with limited arm function to partially regain lost movement, report University of Pittsburgh researchers. The first round of pre-clinical experimental data was published in Nature Neuroscience today. “To perform even …

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