Brain-Controlled Machine Training Helps Paralyzed Patients Move Legs | Video

Researchers at Duke University have been training paralyzed patients with brain-controlled devices, including robotic exoskeletons, to move their legs again. Partial neurological recovery with this training is suggested by the study.

In Surprise Recovery, Paralyzed Patients Move After Using Brain Devices
 

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