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Trevor Greene, a former Canadian soldier who suffered a brain injury during an attack in Afghanistan in 2006, walks with a robotic exoskeleton, Sept. 17, 2015, at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. This is the first time exoskeleton technology, designed for those with spinal cord injuries, has been used for a person with a brain injury, said SFU professor Carolyn Sparrey.<br>Courtesy of Simon Fraser University

Robotic exoskeleton helps vet with brain injury walk again

Canadian army veteran Trevor Greene calls himself the “bionic” man. Told he might never walk again after suffering a brain injury during a 2006 ax attack in Afghanistan, Green is now mobile with the help of a robotic exoskeleton on the lower half of his body, according to Simon Fraser University.

 

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