Friday, April 12, 2024

Tag: Chronic Pain

Spinal Cord Stimulators Work Best When Implanted Early

Success rates for spinal cord stimulators are much higher in patients who wait less than two years for an implant after the onset of...

New Treatment for Chronic Pain after Spinal Cord Injury

New Rochelle, NY - Chronic neuropathic pain following a spinal cord injury is common and very difficult to treat, but a new therapeutic strategy...

Less Pain With New Treatment For Spinal Cord Injuries

Rutgers researchers have developed an innovative new treatment that could help minimize nerve damage in spinal cord injuries, promote tissue healing and minimize pain. After...

Seeking Spinal Cord Injury Patients for Research Using Noninvasive Brain Stimulation

Participants must be 18-64 years of age with no history of schizophrenia, or alcohol or drug abuse within the last year. This study uses a...

Pot for Pain? This Is Your Law on Drugs

Canada's medical marijuana regime in shambles, say critics. Imagine that you have a painful, debilitating medical or psychological condition. You and your doctor agree that...

The Brave Ability Of Joni Tada

One man's trash is another man's treasure. Especially when it's a discarded wheelchair. Tens of thousands of disabled people in developing countries enjoy the dignity...

Study Seeks New Way to Enhance Neuron Repair in Spinal Cord Injury

Newswise — If researchers could determine how to send signals to cells responding to a spinal cord injury, they might be able to stop...

SMU leads $5.6M research center for fiber optic interface to link robotic limbs, human...

Lightning-fast connections between robotic limbs and the human brain may be within reach for injured soldiers and other amputees with the establishment of a...

Recovering Movement In Chronic Spinal Cord Injury

The University of California, Irvine, has just completed the very first study to show that human stem cells can bring back movement in spinal...

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Announces Expansion of NeuroRecovery Network

Three community-based health and wellness facilities to provide better access to exercise for those living with paralysis The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation has named...