THURSDAY, Sept. 8, 2016
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UPI.com – 10 hours ago
THURSDAY, Sept. 8, 2016 — A new form of electrical stimulation therapy can help rewire the brain and restore some dexterity to a hand that’s been paralyzed by stroke, a new clinical trial shows. In the experimental therapy, patients use their good …
Tech Times – 3 hours ago
Stroke survivors typically experience weakness in one hand. Now, researchers are saying that a new electrical stimulation therapy can improve hand function for survivors at a rate better than what current stimulation techniques have to offer …
Medical News Today – 7 hours ago
A novel therapy has been devised for survivors of stroke with hand weakness to help improve hand function through the use of a glove that delivers electrical stimulation. [Closed hand] Hand functionality was significantly more improved in participants …
Science Codex – 13 hours ago
DALLAS, Sept. 8, 2016 — A new electrical stimulation therapy helped stroke survivors with hand weakness improve hand dexterity more than an existing stimulation technique, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke.
Capital Wired – 1 hour ago
A new electrical therapy could help patients who suffered a stroke to more their paralyzed hand. According to the American Heart Association, this new stimulation helped patients to improve their hand dexterity more than other treatment they have used.