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Spastic hypertonus (muscle over-activity due to exaggerated stretch reflexes) often develops in stroke and spinal cord injury (SCI) survivors and individuals who suffer from multiple sclerosis. In previous published experiments we have shown that Direct Current (DC), when used to lesion nerves, can attenuate muscle force in a gradual manner, and this(More)
Neuroprostheses (NPs) are electrical stimulators that help to restore sensory or motor functions lost as a result of neural damage. The Stimulus Router System (SRS) is a new type of NP developed in our laboratory. The system uses fully implanted, passive leads to "capture" and "route" some of the current flowing between pairs of surface electrodes to the(More)
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