Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Tag: Neurons

Earliest Time Frame of Potential SCI Therapies

Many people have been asking about potential time frames of therapies that are under development for spinal cord injury. There are too many unknowns...

The Neurogenic Bowel After SCI

The digestive tract is essentially a long tube that begins at the lips and ends at the anus. After food is swallowed, it moves...

Upper Limb Recovery in Tetraplegia

Recovery of some upper limb function is common following a Cervical spinal cord injury. Patients with initial C4-level Tetraplegia often regain C5 muscle function,...

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Therapy

Recent press reports have claimed that hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO) therapy may be beneficial for acute and even chronic spinal cord injury. HBO therapy involves...

Research In Sci Treatment

Drug Treatments For New Injuries NOTE: It is important to realize these drugs are not a cure for chronic (long-term) spinal cord injuries. It is...

Treatment and Cure Research

Summary of Basic Science Research As you can see by the facts detailed above, the problem of CNS response to injury is incredibly complex. No...

Laserpuncture is a New Treatment for SCI?

LASERPUNCTURE FOR SPINAL CORD INJURY Laurance Johnston, Ph.D. Laserpuncture is generating much attention in France and other parts of Europe as an alternative medicine treatment...

TYPES OF SPINAL INJURY

Traumatic spinal cord injuries are associated with skeletal and ligamentous as well as intraspinal pathology. The most common Cervical level for spinal cord...