Paralyzed man regains use of hands thanks to innovative nerve surgery
SYDNEY -- Australian Paul Robinson, now 34, broke a vertebrae when he landed on his head in a dirt bike accident in 2015. It left him paralyzed and rarely able to leave his home. "I had no motor and muscle control below my nipples. It also affected my arm function, and I had zero function in my hands," he said.
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