Tag: paralysis

New computer programme reduces spine surgery errors linked to “wrong level”...

Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine (Baltimore, USA) report that a computer programme they designed may help surgeons identify and label spinal segments during real...

Scientists map key brain-to-spinal cord nerve connections for voluntary movement

Researchers trying to help people suffering from paralysis after a spinal cord injury or stroke mapped critical brain-to-spinal cord nerve connections that drive voluntary...
Paralysed Veterans of America

Grant applications for spinal cord injury or disease now open from...

Paralyzed Veterans of American (Paralyzed Veterans) has announced the launch of its 2018 Education and Training Foundation grant cycle. Applications for awards up to...

Report details plethora of serious health problems faced by spinal cord...

Paralysis is just one of the many serious health problems faced by patients who suffer spinal cord injuries, according to a report according to...

NIH recognises back-pain treating mindfulness and epidural stimulation as 2016 research...

The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) have recognised two spine-related studies as research highlights for 2016. Research into the effects of meditation and...