Md. researchers hope virtual reality games can help spinal injury patients

Maryland Institute College of Art and the University of Maryland School of Medicine believe they can use virtual reality gaming as an alternative to medicine to help patients with high spinal cord injuries. These patients, described as quadriplegic, have often just gone through the trauma that resulted in their injuries. They have difficulty moving their extremities ...

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