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RIC to Launch New Era in Rehabilitation Medicine, Break Ground July 1 on New $550 Million Research Hospital
Date:6/24/2013

erapy aid where patients with spinal cord injuries use a wearable robot to help them walk. It will someday provide an alternative to a wheelchair.
  • Armeo: Helps patients with partial paralysis work on arm and hand movements in a gravity-free environment.
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation: Non-invasive brain stimulation, activate the senses and muscles of patients with strokes or other brain injuries. Reporters can participate in the demonstration to show how stimulating a part of the brain can cause them to make a fist. 
  • Lokomat: A specially designed treadmill where patients, suspended in a harness, learn to walk again as a robot moves their legs in a natural stride.
  • Ceremonial ground breaking with Sens. Kirk and Durbin, RIC Board of Directors, RIC researchers and patients
  • Military veterans treated at RIC
  • Live music and multi-media presentations

     


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