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Monthly Archives: July 2008

Rise above Tour brings message of hope

Tour stop focuses on spinal cord injury awareness and rehab This week a message of hope rolled through the state. The Rise Above Tour, a cross-country...

Blackwell continues pursuit of dream to walk again

Three years have passed since Tara Blackwell had her life altered in a split-second of tragedy. She has clung to hope. She has been fueled...

Colours Wheelchair Paraplegic Athlete Ricky James to Compete on His Adapted Motocross Bike at...

Ricky James, 19 years old from Murrieta, Ca. has been selected to compete in a new exhibition sport "Adaptive Motox" at X Games 14...

5-year Old Chase is Walking Again

It was June 2005 and Chase Ford had just turned 2-years-old.

The Allen Institute for Brain Science today unveiled the groundbreaking Allen Spinal Cord Atlas

The Allen Institute for Brain Science today unveiled the groundbreaking Allen Spinal Cord Atlas, the world's first genome-wide map of the mouse spinal cord.

Allen Institute will give preview of spinal-cord atlas

When Jane Roskams started studying spinal-cord injuries, she kept coming across cells she couldn't identify. Other experts were often stumped, too. "I quickly found out...

Gene map charts spinal cord mysteries

SEATTLE - A new online atlas that links mouse genes to spinal cord function should point researchers toward new treatments for maladies that affect...

Got your bars down?

Anti Tip Bars that is! Craig Hospital has been rated every year in the Top Ten Rehabilitation Hospitals by US News and World Report since...

Christopher Reeve – A true superhero

2008 has been a year marred by injuries to horses and people riding them. When I see a rider go down, it reminds me of...

Lab boost for spinal injury rehab

A chemical used by bacteria to invade other cells may boost the chance of successful Rehabilitation from spinal and brain injury, research suggests. A team...