A new study from the University of Pittsburgh’s Rehab Neural Engineering Labs finds spinal cord stimulators commonly used to relieve chronic pain could provide a straightforward and universal method for adding sensory feedback to a prosthetic arm. Full story.
By comparing results between rodent pain models and human spinal cord tissue, researchers have identified a new molecular mechanism of out-of-control pain signaling that is consistent between rodents and humans.
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