Researchers at the University of Louisville had only intended to study nerve pathways, but they made a far more surprising discovery. By applying electrical stimulation to the spinal cord through the use of an implant, patients with chronic complete paralysis were able to move.
After the initial findings with patient Rob Summers, three other paralyzed men were tested and able to move their legs, wiggle their toes.
By: Stan Schroeder
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