Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Tag: Range Of Motion

Spinal Cord Injury: Pros and cons of robotic exoskeletons

Robotic exoskeletons have emerged as a helpful rehabilitation tool for disabled and people suffering from several health-related consequences after a spinal cord injury (SCI). Exoskeletons are wearable robotic units, controlled by computer boards to power...

How a ‘nightmare’ motorcycle accident sparked a quadriplegic’s entrepreneurial inspiration

After his physiotherapy ended, a quadriplegic created his own wall gym Antonio Ramunno knew he shouldn't have been out on his motorcycle, but it was such a beautiful night. It was almost four years ago....

Aquatic therapy

Ancient Egyptians knew it, Greek philosopher and writer Hippocrates was talking about it over 2,400 years ago and physicians of the Roman Empire recommended it. The amazing effect of water therapy, or aquatic therapy,...

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 cord injury, advocating the possibility of treatment for a more...

Answers to the 6 most frequently asked spinal cord questions

The art of spinal manipulation has been around for thousands of years, dating back to medicine men called "bone setters" at the time Socrates lived. Spinal manipulation, also known as spinal adjusting, is one...

Spinal patient spins a comeback

Therapy "a 24/7 job": Ten years after a skiing accident, Leah Potts stays driven. Ten years ago, Leah Potts was a patient at Craig Hospital, after a skiing accident that broke her neck and damaged...

People with disabilities can still have that drive

For most people, driving is a symbol of independence and freedom. It's also often necessary for work and for obtaining the necessities of life. It helps maintain our ability to socialize or take a...

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 believed impossible, thanks to highly sophisticated technology now available at...

Peer-Reviewed Flexiciser Clinical Trials Published by the Journal for Spinal Cord Medicine

Carlsbad, CA, November 08, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Flexiciser International which provides movement therapy solutions for people with mobility challenges today announced that its Clinical Trials have been published by the Journal for Spinal Cord Medicine....

Creative physical therapy improves lives of people with paralysis

Every 41 minutes someone sustains a spinal cord injury. Almost half of these injuries are due to Motor vehicle crashes, followed by the next most common cause, falls. The majority of those affected are...