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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Nick Scott – 2011 IFBB Pro Wheelchair Championships

October 15th, 2011 at the Houston Pro Show this is the first time that the IFBB Officially has added an IFBB Professional Wheelchair Division.

Testing Micro-Electronic Stimulators for Spinal Cord Injuries

A new wireless device to help victims of spinal cord injury is receiving attention in the research community. Mesut Sahin, PhD, associate professor, in...

Growth Factor Therapy Alters Cells that Prevent Spinal Cord Repair

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Scientists at The Ohio State University College of Medicine have discovered that cells in the spinal cord that prevent regeneration after...

Control a Wheelchair by Biting and Blinking

Imagine: You’re paralyzed from the neck down, a full-on quadriplegic with what doctors refer to as a “high level spinal cord injury.” How do you get around?

Kessler Foundation Identifies Six Participants to Test Ekso

WEST ORANGE, N.J. — Kessler Foundation, in collaboration with Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, announced that it has selected six participants for the Ekso exoskeleton...

Learning to Drive Again After a Spinal Cord Injury

https://youtu.be/2PV0vs6Fbq8 Courtney regains independence after a spinal cord injury by learning how to drive again. To learn more about Sharp's physical therapy and rehabilitation programs,...

Project Walk Announces New Certified Facility

Step It Up Recovery Center becomes Project Walk Orlando Longwood, FL – Project Walk Orlando would like to announce their recent name change from Step...

Spinal cord breakthrough with acne drug

University of Calgary researchers working on a spinal cord injury treatment are getting some help from the Man in Motion. The Rick Hansen Institute is...

Customized Assistive Devices for People With Spinal Cord Injuries

The first active orthosis prototype, developed at the UPC, assists muscles affected by incomplete spinal cord injury. A team from the Department of Mechanical Engineering...

A New Hope for Treating Spinal Cord Injury: 5 Points on InVivo Therapeutics’ Technology

InVivo Therapeutics, based in Cambridge, Mass., was founded to focus on research and development of treatment for patients with spinal cord injuries (SCI). Currently,...