Researchers are testing ways to restore natural hand movements to people with a devastating brain injury or amputation.
They’re finding ways to restore the broken link from the brain to an artificial limb.
Today in Healthy Living, Michelle Dunaway shows us a monumental step for injured patients.
Dr. Crone says this technology is still years from being refined and available to those who have lost limbs.
More than 100,000 people living in the United States have prosthetic hands and arms.
Researchers say eventually, most could benefit from the technology.