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[BOOK] Progress in Motor Control: Theories and Translations – Google Books | TBI Rehabilitation

[BOOK] Progress in Motor Control: Theories and Translations – Google Books

[BOOK] Progress in Motor Control: Theories and Translations – Google Books | TBI Rehabilitation

Borrowing from the same technology that allows modern bipedal robots to walk, researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas have developed powered prosthetics that allow amputees to walk on a moving treadmill almost as fast as an able-bodied person.

This Incredibly Advanced Prosthetic Is Powered By Robotics Technology

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