Exoskeleton Walk Training in Paralyzed Individuals Benefits From Transcutaneous Lumbar Cord Tonic Electrical Stimulation
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
Published: Frontiers Neuroscience, 25 May 2020
Frontiers, a leading online magazine highlighting science, medicine and people, has published an in-depth research about Exoskeleton Walk Training in Paralyzed Individuals covering Benefits From Transcutaneous Lumbar Cord Tonic Electrical Stimulation.
Please read the conclusions of our 1,5 year work that we have covered in the research here: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2020.00416/full
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The research was conducted by the Italian-Russian scientific team: Yury Ivanenko, a professor from Santa Lucia Foundation (IRCCS), Elena Shapkova, the Leading Researcher at the Laboratory of Clinical Neurophysiology and Neurorehabilitation Technologies of the Saint Petersburg State Research and others. We are grateful to our colleagues Ekaterina Styrina, Ekaterina Grigorjeva, Yulia Larionova, and to volunteers of the public association “Energy of Life” for the help with EWT. Our special thanks to Dr. Kira Petrushanskaya for the help with biomechanical data processing. Many thanks to our SCI participants for their enthusiasm and active collaboration, which made the study possible.