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Community Regional Medical Center is currently part of the first study on the west coast working with a device that helps stimulate muscles when a patient is not able to do it themselves.
[VIDEO] Optic nerve lesions (Bitemporal hemianopia, heteronymous hemianopia) Homonymous hemianopia – YouTube
Optic nerve lesions (Bitemporal hemianopia, heteronymous hemianopia)Homonymous hemianopia
A demonstration of the FIM Scale.
[TEDx Talks] A critical window for recovery after stroke – John Krakauer – Johns Hopkins University – YouTube
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) is an innovation in the field of muscle stimulation, which allows people with a complete spinal cord injury and paralyzed muscles to move again. It can be combined with a BerkelBike or EasyLegs. The technology allows patients with a spinal cord injury to bike using their own leg muscles.
An educational video regarding homonymous hemianopia, homonymous hemianopsia, the Peli Lens, and prisms for stroke related visual field cuts.
Slow motion shot of a child receiving treatment with functional electrical stimulation. He wearing foot drop system
Smart Functional Electrical Stimulation System.
Treatment for foot drop patient.
It can be used when an upper motor neuron injury has caused a foot injury.
- – Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- – Stroke (CVA)
- – Incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI)
- – Cerebral palsy (CP)
- – Traumatic brain injury (TBI)