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Therapy for Arm, Hand and Finger Paralysis
by: Lori

Hi There,
If you reside in Ontario or BC, there is a new neuro rehabilitation therapy that helps restore functional movement to paralyzed arms, hands and fingers from a stroke or other neurological injury. It has been showing promising results even with chronic cases 10+ years post injury. You can learn more at www.myndtec.com and Facebook page has videos of this non invasive treatment that promotes the brain's neuroplasticity. Lots of success stories. www.facebook.com/myndtec

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