GALVESTON

Medical staff cheered on Ian Smith as he completed another level of his InMotion ARM therapy — a new robotic technology designed to assist patients with traumatic brain injuries.

Connor Behrens: 409-683-5241; connor.behrens@galvnews.com.

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Before coming to work for The Daily News as a staff reporter, Connor worked for us as a freelance correspondent throughout 2017. He has written for other publications such as the Washington Post.

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Chris McMurray

This device sounds amazing. Hats off to the moody family for generously providing the island with such a facility

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