Khadiza Khatun 1週 3日前
People become extremely helpless when their body becomes stagnant due to paralysis Many organs do not obey the brain Scientists are trying to devise a method for doing research that will allow these people to rise as well.
Six-year-old Marius Sustaya has had two legs amputated due to a tragic accident while skiing. The lower part of the waist is paralyzed But the young man is hoping to rise again one day “I’m happy to get up again,” he said I can walk again, I can move a little I hope to have two legs on the back and power back at some point. ”
An exoskeleton is helping Marius and other paralysis sufferers It was created and tested under a European research project Therapists and neurologists think this prototype has great potential One of them is Federica Tamburella “With conventional rehab, these patients could not walk parallel bars without assistance,” he said. It would not have been possible for them to regain the feeling of walking This exoskeleton is a natural and physical way of theirs.