Non-invasive Spinal Cord Stimulation - Paralyzed Move Legs
This image shows the range of voluntary movement prior to receiving stimulation compared to movement after receiving stimulation, physical conditioning, and buspirone. The subject's legs are supported so that they can move without resistance from gravity. The electrodes on the legs are used for recording muscle activity - Picture Credit Edgerton lab/UCLA
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