Device to treat stroke, spinal-cord-injury patients gets FDA OK

06/3/2013 | Oregonian (Portland), The

An "assisted movement with enhanced sensation," or AMES, device, which is used to help rehabilitate patients who have suffered stroke or spinal-cord injuries, has been approved by the FDA. Dr. Paul Cordo, a neuroscientist and professor at Oregon Health & Science University who developed the device, has established the company AMES Technology to market the product.

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