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Deployment of the implanted neuroprosthesis encompassed (1) maximizing function via preparatory therapy; (2) identifying key muscles for stimulation to address major gait deficits; (3) inserting eight intramuscular electrodes to stimulate the targeted muscles of the lower limb, pelvis, and trunk; (4) synthesizing coordinated movements via patterns of intramuscular stimulation that were customized to the individual gait deficits according to established tuning algorithms [27]; and (5) adopting rehabilitation and evaluation techniques to measure the effectiveness of the system.