Cool !!!!
Obviously virtual Reality component is adding something substantial and
important for brain and cord to jump faster in re-wiring in effort to send signals to patient limbs.
For complete injured patients scientists had to use cap with special sensors to pick-up signals directly from the brain.

My Idea is -If we add NEW component of Virtual Reality to training of Incomplete injured patients with robotic suite as HAL
(that is able to pick up and amplify weak signals already passing injured site)
and with gait supported walking as ZeroG - this might be Holy grail for physical rehabilitation.

In another words - Virtual Reality to get married with already established Robotic suite Gait walking therapy as in this German Clinic ...

Did anyone figure out if people from Brazil are planning to do something with incomplete injuries and
eventually offer this as available therapy any time soon?