spinal cord injury

Could a re-engineered enzyme help reverse damage from spinal cord injury and stroke?
In this rendering of the enzyme chondroitinase ABC, point mutations are represented by red balls.
The potential to prevent some spinal cord injuries from resulting in paralysis

An injection of nanoparticles can prevent the body’s immune system from overreacting to trauma, potentially

Spinal cord stimulation can immediately restore some voluntary movement and autonomic functions years after a paralyzing injury

There are more than 290,000 people estimated to be living in the United States with

Promoting nerve cell growth to treat spinal cord injury with a 3D printed implant

In rat models, the novel scaffolding mimicked natural anatomy and boosted stem cell-based treatment; the

Chronic spinal cord injury victims receive hope with new research that restores breathing and partial forelimb function – in rats

Promising results provide hope for humans suffering from chronic paralysis Millions of people worldwide are

Spinal cord stimulation and physical therapy have helped a man paralyzed since 2013 regain his ability to stand and walk with assistance

Spinal cord stimulation and physical therapy have helped a man paralyzed since 2013 regain his

3D-printed device could someday help patients with long-term spinal cord injuries regain some function

Engineers and medical researchers at the University of Minnesota have teamed up to create a

Restoring hand function after spinal cord injury – in rats

Researchers at King’s College London have shown that rats with spinal cord injuries can re-learn

Six people with severe spinal cord injuries have regained use of their hands and fingers after a nonsurgical, noninvasive spinal stimulation procedure

Nonsurgical technique allows them to turn doorknobs, open water bottles for the first time in

A major and essential step toward future human clinical trials to repair spinal cord injuries

Findings represent major and essential step toward future human clinical trials Led by researchers at

Complete spinal cord injury victim regains the ability to stand and move without stimulation

Extended activity-based training with epidural stimulation resulted in ability to stand and move without stimulation

New technology could treat a wide range of conditions requiring tissue regeneration

DNA strands in materials act like traffic signals to start, stop cell activity or regenerate

New hope for spinal cord injuries

Stem cells have been used successfully, for the first time, to promote regeneration after injury

Barrier breaking drug may lead to spinal cord injury treatments

Injections of a new drug may partially relieve paralyzing spinal cord injuries, based on indications

Bypass commands from the brain to legs through a computer

Potential rehabilitation of volitional walking in individuals with spinal cord injury Gait disturbance in individuals