Neuroengineers from Europe have shown preliminary evidence that restoring limited sensory feedback from upper-leg amputees improves mobility, reduces risk of falls, and improves integration of prosthetic devices compared to standard prostheses. Continue reading A Step Forward for Bionic Legs
by Tedi Asher figures by Brad Wierbowski What if, instead of taking a pill or talking with your therapist, you could train your brain to be healthier through a video game? Brain training is becoming increasingly feasible using a technique called neurofeedback, which allows individuals to change the way their brains function by responding to personalized feedback about how their own brains work naturally. This … Continue reading Brain training: The future of psychiatric treatment?