Swiss Researchers Utilize Wireless Brain-Computer Interface to Aid Spinal Injury Patient in Regaining Natural Walking Ability

Swiss researchers have employed a novel digital bridge that bridges the gap where the spine was severed to help a formerly paraplegic man’s walking gait. Onward Medical has helped to improve his walking ability through an implanted brain-computer interface. These implanted electrodes deliver wireless electrical stimulation to the spinal cord and bridge the gap where the spine was severed, to support movement in the leg and muscles. Onward’s neuroprosthetic device, which leverages a WIMAGINE brain computer interface, is responsible for

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