GRE Patient Recieves a MyoPro 10 Years After an ATV Accident

by Ben Naft on July 31, 2018

Zeke Dees, 18 year old adolescent patient, now has his very own MyoPro device.

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MyoPro "robotic arm" engineered in NE Ohio gives mobility to the paralyzed

by Corrina Pysa on December 7, 2017

Whether it's from a stroke, traumatic brain injury or something else, more than 5.5 million Americans are living with paralysis.

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Robotic Arm Changes Life Of Stroke Survivor

by Anna Meiler on November 29, 2017

Jessica Peters has an extra step in her morning routine as she gets ready for work at the New England Dog Biscuit Shop in Salem.

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Custom device created in Chardon helps stroke survivors regain arm-use

by Devastasha Beaver on October 1, 2013

A new functional arm brace developed by Geauga Rehabilitation Engineering Orthotics & Prosthetics (GRE) is helping survivors of strokes and other...

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Arm brace helps stroke survivor keep control

by Stephen Huba on August 26, 2013

After suffering a stroke in 2011, Barbara Phelps wondered if she'd ever dance again.

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Locally developed MyoPro device used nationally to rehab stroke, other patients

by Janet Podolak on August 22, 2013

Personal victories achieved day by day. That's how stroke survivors come back, sometimes an inch at a time.

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