Independent hand

At my physical therapy session this afternoon, the therapist hooked the electrical stimulation machine (or maybe it’s that he hooked up two machines) up to both my shoulder and my wrist. I could feel the series of small shocks to the shoulder. I couldn’t feel any shocks to my wrist, but my pointer finger started moving all by itself — I mean, without my trying to move it. Of course I know it was moving because that’s the whole idea of the electrical stimulation, but it looked and felt very strange.

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