Neuroprosthetics Today

Neuroprosthetics Today For more than 20 years, researchers at the Cleveland Functional Electrical stimulation (FES) Center have been training patients with paralysis to control their own neurological signals - not from electrodes in their brains (the focus of our feature Of Cells and Wires), but from those implanted in muscles. Watch the video below to learn how.

The Scientist Staff
Jan 1, 2009

Neuroprosthetics Today

For more than 20 years, researchers at the Cleveland Functional Electrical stimulation (FES) Center have been training patients with paralysis to control their own neurological signals - not from electrodes in their brains (the focus of our feature Of Cells and Wires), but from those implanted in muscles. Watch the video below to learn how.

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