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Successfully Improving Weakness After Stroke With Vagus Nerve Stimulation


Mount Sinai physicians are at the forefront of advancing the use of vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) for chronic ischemic stroke survivors who pursued physical therapy yet lack significant recovery in hand and arm function. They are also exploring potential benefits for those who endured a stroke months, even years, earlier and continue to have moderate to severe impairments in hand and arm function.

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