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I have not heard of that....
There has been a lot of work done on implantation of nerve stimulators for drop foot.
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I'm not directly involved in the projects, but there's also the 'Healthy Aims' project that's got Salford as a partner (see http://www.healthyaims.org/ and http://www.healthcare.salford.ac.uk/...althy-aims.htm for further details.) Some of the implantable devices are currently being tested by Salford's partners in this European project, so I guess the answer is yes, there are working devices out there, but it's still being tested.