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Injectable, wireless microstimulators have the potential to provide low-cost and easily administered electrical stimulation to a variety of neuromuscular sites for a variety of clinical disorders. We are studying one version of this new technology platform in several different clinical studies currently underway or in the final stages of preclinical development. Preliminary results suggest that the approach is safe and effective for muscle activation. They also suggest enhancements of the technology that should improve its ease and reliability of use.