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Tag: SCI

Spinal cord injuries associated with increased risk of heart disease

Vancouver – New research from the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation may help explain why people with spinal...

Working2Walk 2011, Anthony Caggiano (Acorda)

The Challenges of Chondroitinase Development for Spinal Cord Injury

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...

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...

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,...

U.S. Health Care System Doesn’t Meet Needs of Patients With Spinal Cord Injury, Studies...

New research highlights disparities in access for patients and lack of awareness about spinal cord injury by health care providers ANN ARBOR, Mich., Sept. 23,...

Restoring Function After Spinal Cord Injury With Nerve Transplant: The New Frontier

As of yet, scientists and researchers have not been able to completely reverse the damage caused by spinal cord injury, but a core group...

The Medical Minute: Spinal Cord Injury — A Focus on Restoring Function

Imagine that you are driving home from work today when you are involved in a head on collision with an SUV. Life Lion flies...

ORGASM

A woman with SCI, like men with similar injuries, can achieve normal orgasm if there is some residual pelvic innervation, though...