New motor neurone brace makes 'substantial difference'

A new neck brace for people with motor neurone disease (MND) makes a "substantial difference" to their quality of life, a patient has said.
The disease causes muscle wasting, eventually leaving people with the condition unable to support their head.
MND patient Philip Brindle said the collar, designed in Sheffield, "opened up opportunities that I do not think I would have had otherwise".
The device is now being used by 25 NHS Trusts, according to its designers.
MND is a progressive and terminal disease that damages the function of nerves and leads to muscle wasting and... read more

 
30 May 2018 in Regional, Views: 20
Source: BBC
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