Netherlands: Paralyzed man walks after being implanted with ‘thought control device’

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A paralyzed man has battled his condition and regained the ability to walk in a groundbreaking medical achievement. He has made great progress toward independence and mobility thanks to a revolutionary “thought control” device implanted in his brain. This remarkable advance in neurotechnology has the potential to change the lives of many paralyzed people.

According to the BBC, Gert-Jan Oskam from the Netherlands was disabled in a bicycle accident 12 years ago. He defined himself as a small child learning to walk again. Oskam stated that his life had been transformed using electronic implants that sent his ideas wirelessly to his legs and feet.

He said it had been a rough road, but now he can stand up and enjoy a beer with a friend. “It is a pleasure that many people are unaware of,” she remarked.

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Unlocking the power of thought: a revolutionary brain implant allows a paralyzed man to take a step forward

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BBC News shared the post on their Instagram account with the caption: “I feel like a little kid learning to walk again.”

A paralyzed man can walk around just thinking about it thanks to electronic brain implants, a medical first. Gert-Jan Oskam, a 40-year-old Dutchman, was paralyzed in a bicycle accident 12 years ago.

He says that the use of electronic implants that wirelessly transmit his thoughts to his legs and feet has changed his life. “It’s been a long journey, but now I can stop and have a beer with my friend. It’s a treat that many people don’t realize.”

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Paralyzed man with brain implant walksInstagram/bbcnews

Swiss researchers spearheaded the initiative, which was reported in the journal Nature. Prof. Jocelyne Bloch from the University of Lausanne, who performed the implant procedure, emphasized that the system was still in the early stages of development. According to her, it will be many years before it is available to paralyzed patients, but the team’s goal is to get it out of the lab and into the clinic as quickly as possible.

Let’s see how the internet reacted to this

Since the post was shared on social media, it has received more than 257,000 likes and comments.

One user said: “This is where I like to see the effort and resources.” Another person said: “Damn… the power of the human mind and its thought!” He later said: “I never thought I would see the day when something like this was possible.”

Man used brain implants to walk again after paralysisInstagram/bbcnews

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