Welcome to Bionic Reconstruction


Bionic Reconstruction is a combined surgical and rehabilitation technique. It allows us to change the anatomy of a patient surgically, and rehabilitate that patient so they can make best use of advanced prostheses to replace lost extremity function.
 

For some, this may involve:

  1.     Rewiring nerves for intuitive control (selective nerve transfers or targeted muscle reinnervation)
  2.     Complex neuromuscular reconstruction to provide new or more myosignals for prosthesis control
  3.     Changes in their skeletal hardware to provide a stable socket
  4.     Amputation of existing futile anatomy to make room for bionic function


For all, the above procedures help patients regain extremity function through bionic means.



ITV: The bionic hand that is controlled by thought alone [2015]



NewScientist: Bionic arm trumps flesh after elective amputation [2015]


Please find more videos in the Press & Media section.

 
 

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