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One Hand Controls Another: A New Electrical Stimulation Therapy for Stroke Rehab

Electrical stimulation of the arms and hands affected by a stroke is one rehab technique that can provide a lot of benefits if done right. One major problem is having a reliable method of activating stimulation at just the right time so that the patient feels in control and gets the most out of the […] This post One Hand Controls Another: A New Electrical Stimulation Therapy for Stroke Rehab appeared first on Medgadget.
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