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Rewiring the Brain to Regain Control After Stroke

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Photo of Encore Path founder Kristen Appel.

Encore Path founder Kristen Appel.

Credit: Encore Path, Inc.


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Photo of the Tailwind device, marketed by Encore Path, Inc.

The Tailwind device, marketed by Encore Path, Inc., uses the clinically-proven BATRAC method for the treatment of partial paralysis due to stroke.

Credit: Kris Appel, Encore Path, Inc.


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Photo of Jim White demonstrating the use of the Tailwind device.

Jim White, Tailwind user, demonstrates use of the device.

Credit: Kris Appel, Encore Path, Inc.


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