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Looking Ahead

Ian Ruder, Editor, Life in Action

Ian Ruder, Editor, Life in Action

On the cover of our third issue, back in 2011, we featured a man using an exoskeleton to walk following a spinal cord injury. Inside we told you that as sci-fi as it may have seemed, the technology was coming and held huge potential for the SCI community.

Now, just two years later, exoskeletons are rapidly becoming a big part of the nation’s leading rehab programs. Additionally, exciting approaches like locomotor training have moved into the mainstream and are helping many people regain function in ways most of us only dreamed of 15 years ago.
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