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Physical therapists Leah Bush and Andy Lin help Parsons put on the bionic skeleton. A new bionic skeleton system, called the Ekso, is being used by physical therapists at Franciscan Health Indianapolis to help partially paralyzed stroke patients walk again. The tool helps support patients' bodies so they can gain strength and eventually learn to function properly again. The devices is seen in action Wednesday March 8, 2017 with stroke patient Mike Parsons, 57, Morgantown. Rob Goebel / Daily Journal