Paralyzed Rats with Spinal Cord Injuries Successfully Regain Control of Limbs.
I will admit this story sounds both amazing and painful. Using a combination of therapies including electrical stimulation, neurotransmitter injections and forced movement, dormant neurons in the spinal cord began to form new pathways and connections. Just goes to show what you can with a lot of force and hard work.
The article from Scientific American is here. 
A video provided by National Geographic:

Paralyzed Rats with Spinal Cord Injuries Successfully Regain Control of Limbs.

I will admit this story sounds both amazing and painful. Using a combination of therapies including electrical stimulation, neurotransmitter injections and forced movement, dormant neurons in the spinal cord began to form new pathways and connections. Just goes to show what you can with a lot of force and hard work.

The article from Scientific American is here.

A video provided by National Geographic:

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