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Restoring Hand Function after Spinal Cord Injury

A patient with a spinal cord injury may have paralysis that affects how they use their hands. In cases where paralysis causes weak hand function, surgery can be performed that may restore partial strength and motion to the fingers. This type of surgery requires specialized therapy afterwards, but it can be incredibly rewarding, restoring abilities that had been lost due to the paralysis.

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