Patient view: Mohammed shares his journey with The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital.
The pilot stalled the aircraft and crash landed in a field.
It was the 4th January 2020 when life changed for Michael.
The game gives patients a jolt which stimulates more effective brain repair. It is like neuro-animation and uses motion-sensitive cameras to track movements made by the person's arm.
Should you or should you not be buying Exoskeletons? Or would it be more beneficial to take the plunge into hydrotherapy? Looking through different people’s eyes and collaborating on decisions like these will mean the best “right” decision will be made for each and every individual.
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