Physical therapist Leann Kerr, left, joked with Mason Cunningham, 3, after he worked on a new robotic system for patients of Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital who need to learn to walk or improve their capabilities. Terry Cunningham, right, said the G-EO machine had helped his grandson physically and "with paying attention."
Physical therapist Leann Kerr, left, joked with Mason Cunningham, 3, after he worked on a new robotic system for patients of Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital who need to learn to walk or improve their capabilities. Terry Cunningham, right, said the G-EO machine had helped his grandson physically and "with paying attention." Herald-Leader
Physical therapist Leann Kerr, left, joked with Mason Cunningham, 3, after he worked on a new robotic system for patients of Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital who need to learn to walk or improve their capabilities. Terry Cunningham, right, said the G-EO machine had helped his grandson physically and "with paying attention." Herald-Leader

New Cardinal Hill machine provides robotic help with walking

November 12, 2014 12:47 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2014 10:34 PM

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