Electronic device helps Mo. girl walk

07/11/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Gracie Kelley, 11, who has limited movement on one side of her body due to a stroke suffered in the womb, uses an electronic device called WalkAide to stimulate her leg muscles and help her walk without splints. The device helps the Webster Groves, Mo., resident move faster and allows her to wear fashionable shoes.

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