Learning to walk again after years of paralysis
spinal cord injury paralysis paraplegic

Learning to walk again after years of paralysis

Dr. Theresa Sutherland
Dr. Theresa Sutherland

In 10 seconds? Intense therapy and a technological aid can get people back on their feet after paralysis from spinal cord injury. The key is electrical stimulation below the point of injury, which helps activate the neural pathways that trigger movement.

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