Recent research shows that brain implants are possible with the ever-evolving advancements in science and technology. Today, more and more research laboratories and facilities are coming up with neuron-like devices that can be implanted in the brain.
The innovation of neuron-like implants can help individuals who are experiencing brain lapses to think and move better. These implanted neural devices can help alleviate disease-associated symptoms such as intrusive tremors experienced by persons with Parkinson’s Disease.
These neuron-like implants are designed to offer better treatment options to Alheimer’s disease. They can also be used as a medical solution to post-traumatic stress disorder or as a means to enhance cognitive abilities.
More advanced research is aimed toward controlling the mind to facilitate the movement of prosthetics. The intention is to design a more flexible brain implant that can manage tissues to move accordingly and not against the brain’s command.