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Cliff Couch’s brand new bionic baby arrived Nov. 14 weighing in at 4.5 pounds.
It makes 250 calculations per second, can be controlled by a smartphone app and has awoken muscles that have pretty much had the past three decades off.

Gary Ptak and Craig Shook came to the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center for a “tune-up,” so to speak.  They’re fine, it’s their new bionic ankles that need some adjusting.

A Dayton company introduced some revolutionary technology Monday.
Optimus Prosthetics on North Dixie Drive, unveiled the PowerFoot BiOM.
It's made by i-Walk and is the world's first artificial limb system that actually uses robotics to replicate muscles and tendons.

Hugh Herr created the world's first bionic lower limb system.