Mercy introduces advanced stroke therapy

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Gazette Staff
Friday, November 9, 2007
— Mercy Health System announces the arrival of advanced therapy for stroke patients.

The technology is offered at Mercy Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation in Janesville through a device called the Ness L300. It will help stroke and other neurological patients to regain lost mobility and also might enable them to achieve greater independence. The Ness L300 is designed to help patients experiencing foot drop to regain mobility and help “normalize” walking and gait.

In May 2007, Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation introduced Ness H200, also a Bioness prosthesis for stroke patients. It helps regain hand control and to grasp objects.

For more information, call (608) 756-6862.

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