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Nerve Stim Helps Stroke Patients

An ongoing clinical trial at the Neurological Institute at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center has found that nerve stimulation that boosts the effects of physical therapy may help stroke patients regain arm use.

The clinical trial uses Vivistim therapy. Vivistim therapy uses a neurotransmitter to transmit signals to the brain to help "rewire" circuits in the brain.

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