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Neuroprosthetic Technologies to Improve Motor Recovery after SCI: Gregoire Courtine, PhD

Over the past decade, Dr. Courtine’s team developed a pragmatic therapy that restored supraspinal control over refined leg movements after severe spinal cord injury in rodents. The therapy acts over two time windows. Immediately, electrical and chemical neuromodulation of spinal … Continue reading

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Transcutaneous electrical stimulation trials to be testing new prototype for SCI

As reported in my previous blog post, the new prototype for transcutaneous electrical spinal cord stimulation (non-invasive) for both lower limbs and for restoring arm and hand function has not yet started recruiting patients for the new prototype developed by … Continue reading

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