Saturday, February 24, 2024

Tag: Cerebral Palsy

The XCell-Center Treats its 2000th Stem Cell Patient in Germany

The XCell-Center is pleased to report treating its 2000th stem cell patient at its state-of-the-art clinic in Dusseldorf, Germany. Dusseldorf, Germany (PRWEB) December 21, 2009...

New robotic therapy helping children with cerebral palsy walk

It's a larger than life robot that's working to improve balance and gait and teach children the right way to walk. The legs are...

Deployment specialist named first runner up at Ms. Wheelchair America

Jannette Saxton, Ms. Wheelchair Washington 2009 became the first runner up at the 2010 Ms. Wheelchair America pageant, held Aug. 29 in Rapid City,...

City to host Ms. Wheelchair America pageant this weekend

A diverse group of women from 27 states -- college students, volunteers, office workers, grandmothers -- will gather in Rapid City this week to...

Water skiing clinic opens fun of the sports to disabled

"It's all kind of freedom on those skis," said Mark Bugha, 28, from Finleyville in Washington County. "It's special for me because I never...

Cord Blood Awareness Month- Understanding Still Low, Despite Medical Advancements

SAN BRUNO, Calif., July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite rapid advances using a child's own cord blood stem cells in regenerative therapies to repair damaged...

Families flying toddlers to China for stem-cell treatments

Bush-era limit on research leaves U.S. lagging Driven mostly by hope, two California families will travel more than 6,000 miles to China for...

Delta Regional Takes Giant Step Toward Limb Rehabilitation

Breakthrough Technology Benefits Stroke and Neurological Patients GREENVILLE — By helping stroke victims regain hand control and grasp objects, they can now master tasks once...

MAKING MIRACLES HAPPEN: CHALLENGE CENTER TAKES THE “DIS” OUT OF DISABILITES

(San Diego's East County) — “When I first had my stroke, I couldn’t speak or move my right side. I couldn’t walk,” recalled...

A wheel hands-on experience

IT’S been two minutes and I’ve already got a nasty sweat up. The carpet looked easy enough, but even my slight frame caused the wheelchair...