Georgia Tech Research On Flexible Electronics Shows Promise For Spinal Injury Therapies

Flexible electronics spinal cord injury therapy
A fabricated L-EES is gently placed on the forearm skin (Image: Georgia Tech)
Patients with mobility disorders related to spinal nerve compression or those recovering from spinal cord injuries are frequently treated by the conditioning of the Hoffmann’s reflex via non-surgical electrostimulation therapy. […]
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