This is a video of Mason Ellis explaining Tenodesis (movement of the wrist to move fingers). Mason is a C5, C6, C7 Complete Quadriplegic (Paralysis of all four limbs) with little tricep function.
Spinal Cord Injury Videos
Interesting Spinal Cord Injury Videos
After twelve months, eight patients and 2,052 sessions spread over 1,958 hours, Duke University is publishing some promising results from a study seeking to demonstrate the ability for brain-machine interfaces to help restore mobility in humans.
The study, which appeared this week in Scientific Reports, looked at a group of paraplegic patients suffering from a chronic spinal cord injury. The system utilized a brain-machine interface featuring an Oculus Rift headset that simulated the effect of having a neurological connection to their lower limbs. The system was also capable of moving a pair of robotic actuators to actually create movement. Continue Reading »
Fourteen years ago, a car crash left Chris paralyzed from the chest down—but he didn’t let that keep him from fishing. Continue Reading »
A man’s friend wanted to be able to mow the yard after his legs have lost function from M.S. so he built him this. Continue Reading »
Elizabeth “EB” Forst always felt comfortable in the water. Continue Reading »