Gadget to help paralysed exercise

A gadget that produces electrical signals could help the paralysed to exercise and keep fit.

Tetraplegic Sean Roake increased his muscle strength and cardiopulmonary fitness with three half-hour sessions a week for several months.

“Everyday activities such as wheelchair-to-car transfers are so much easier now,” he said.

Engineers from Glasgow’s University and Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit developed the device.

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