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    From the linked UCLA Newsroom article I understand that this device is used for training and that it results in a return of function without the need to have it "on" permanently. Is this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamadavid View Post
    From the linked UCLA Newsroom article I understand that this device is used for training and that it results in a return of function without the need to have it "on" permanently. Is this correct?
    That should be the long term goal. The adaptation process will naturally vary with regards to individual circumstances and training protocols.
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    Yeah, the amount that "sticks" after training varies by individual and I've read anecdotal stories of non-stim function fading over time so periodic stim might be needed for some people.
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    I may have missed it, but does it matter if you have hardware in your spine? My c6 vertebrae was removed and a titanium bridge put in its place
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wills77 View Post
    I may have missed it, but does it matter if you have hardware in your spine? My c6 vertebrae was removed and a titanium bridge put in its place
    No. They work around it.
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    A friend's experience with the NRT simulator:
    https://inthewaitingblog.com/2018/06...medical-trial/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    A friend's experience with the NRT simulator:
    https://inthewaitingblog.com/2018/06...medical-trial/
    Does she have any residual benefit after the stim is turned off?

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    I don't think so, but I think she only did a few sessions.
    I'll ask her. I think you can ask questions on her blog too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    I don't think so, but I think she only did a few sessions.
    I'll ask her. I think you can ask questions on her blog too.
    Thanks.

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    Be right back... placing surface stim on my neck and back
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