How do we move? What parts of the brain control how we use our muscles? And what implanted technology is allowing people with spinal cord injuries to walk again?
In this episode of How We’re Wired, join evolutionary anthropologist Dr Anna Machin as she picks apart the neuroscience of movement, from how the brain orchestrates complex tasks like playing an instrument, to a visit with the first person with a complete spinal cord injury to walk.
With special thanks to Michel Roccati, Mackenzie Mathis, and Tomislav Milekovic.
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