Research published by the American Academy of Neurology has suggested that patients who have suffered an incomplete spinal injury i.e. their spinal cord remains partially intact may be aided back to normal movement and even walking without aid.

The 19 patients involved in the study performed 40 minutes of IHE per day for five days. The results were quite comprehensive:

“All participants improved their ability to walk. More than 30 percent of all participants increased their walking speed by at least a tenth of a meter per second and more than 70 percent increased their endurance by at least 50 meters”

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