Scientists have discovered a new treatment to dramatically reduce swelling after brain and spinal cord injuries, offering hope to 75 million victims worldwide each year.
The breakthrough in treating such injuries – referred to as central nervous system (CNS) edema – is thought to be hugely significant because current options are limited to putting patients in an induced coma or performing risky surgery.
A new invention turns the tongue into a digital operating system, and can change the lives of millions of people with disabilities around the world.
A QUADRIPLEGIC man has cycled 250 miles across Kenya using a motorised quad bike — that he steered by using his chin.
Inspirational Andy Walker MBE, who was paralysed in a diving accident in 2006, took on the monstrous trek through Rift Valley to Lake Victoria as part of a charity cycle challenge.
Exercise after Spinal Cord Injury: Why Do It?
Jenny and Abby answer some of the webs most asked questions for people living with paralysis (specifically quadriplegia)!
Early research at Mayo Clinic using stem cell therapy to treat spinal cord injuries has produced results for one patient that doctors describe as “beyond expectations.”
U.S. Army veteran and frequent traveler who uses a wheelchair discusses perils of flying and why change is needed now.
This video shows two people with cervical spinal cord injuries preparing a complex meal using adaptive tools along with regular kitchen items that make cooking possible.
This Device lets you control electronics with your face.