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Monthly Archives: November 2009

Experts put their heads together

Neuroscientists cluster in La Jolla Any chance of recovery from a spinal-cord injury, however small, depends on swift treatment. Without that, damaged nerve cells wither,...

Telerehabilitation with ReJoyce and FES

Ginny, who has a spinal cord injury, uses ReJoyce in combination with a hand stimulator.

Researchers Explore New Ways To Prevent Spinal Cord Damage Using A Vitamin B3 Precursor

Weill Cornell Medical College team receives $2.5 million New York State research grant to undertake laboratory study Substances naturally produced by the human body may...

Spinal injuries up among troops

BAGRAM, Afghanistan — Afghan insurgents are using roadside bombs powerful enough to throw the military's new 14-ton, blast-resistant vehicles into the air, increasing broken-back...

Spinal Cord Injury Overview, Attorney John Gismondi

Pittsburgh PA medical malpractice lawyer John Gismondi has handled many cases involving injuries to the spinal cord and paralysis.

Cornell researcher uses stimulus money to study spinal cord injury recovery

More than 10,000 people suffer a spinal cord injury in the U.S. each year, many of whom never recover the ability to walk. With...

Customers Experience of the 3 BerkelBike Models

These are the experiences of users of the three different BerkelBike models.

Dachshund Get’s Paralysis Treatment and Walks Again!

Spinal cord injury patients around the world may draw new hope for the future from the story of a paralyzed little dog who was...

Enzyme eats scar tissue that blocks spine repair

CHICAGO, Nov 2 (Reuters) - U.S. researchers have engineered an enzyme that can gobble up scar tissue formed after spinal cord injuries, overcoming a...