AMES Rehabilitation Device Bridges Movement and Sensation to Help Recover

AMES Rehabilitation Device Bridges Movement and Sensation to Help Recover
AMES Technology, a spinoff company of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), won FDA clearance for its rehabilitation device designed for people suffering from post-stroke complications and partial injuries to the spinal cord. The AMES device, an … Read more on Medgadget.com

PGA: Davis Love III recovering well from back surgery
Phil Mickelson had a 71. Love took off in February for surgery to relieve numbness and weakness caused by spinal stenosis and bone spurs. … 10 and 11 to move into a five-way tie at 4 under with six others a stroke back at that point. He bogeyed No … Read more on

Portlander's device gets FDA nod to reconnect brain, muscles after stroke
The Food and Drug administration has approved a device that can improve the recovery of some victims of stroke and spinal cord injuries. Developed by Portland neuroscientist Paul Cordo over 10 years, the device has shown promise in helping people … Read more on OregonLive.com


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