Tue, 05/31/2016 – 11:54am by American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation A surgically implanted neuroprosthesis—programmed to stimulate coordinated activity of hip, knee, and ankle muscles—has led to substantial improvement
Jennifer French from St. Petersburg, Florida, is an incomplete quadriplegic. Thanks to advancements in assistive technology, she can stand, transfer, exercise and live independently. To promote new studies, equipment, treatments and therapies that can
A researcher at Case Western Reserve University has been awarded a four-year, $2.4 million federal grant to uncover how high-frequency electrical stimulation to the spinal cord reduces or eliminates chronic
A researcher at Case Western Reserve University received a $2.4 million federal grant to figure out why high-frequency electrical stimulation to the spinal cord reduces or eliminates chronic pain. Read
Congratulations to Anne Bryden for receiving an award at the 2015 Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals meeting. Anne was awarded the Therapy Leadership Council’s “Distinguished Clinician Award” for 2015!!