Toddler receives advanced prosthetic arms

11/12/2013 | CafeMom.com

Jameson Davis was born without fully developed arms and hands, but at 18 months, he has new prosthetic arms that he can control by contracting his triceps muscles to open and close his hands. "We wanted to make it as functional as possible to give him the best ability to use it and to want to use it," said Mac Lang, clinical director at Advanced Arm Dynamics.

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