ALS treatment could effectively treat spinal cord injuries, research shows.
A lot of talented people are working hard on new therapies for spinal cord injuries. Here are three new developments bringing us closer to a cure.
According to a new study, wheelchair users are nearly three times more likely than non-wheelchair users to be readmitted to the hospital following total shoulder replacement surgery.
For the first time, a team of researchers has allowed mice with complete spinal cord injuries to walk again. To accomplish this feat, they…
A study of more than 22,000 people with multiple sclerosis has, for the first time, identified a genetic variant associated with faster progression of the disease. The findings could lead to new drugs that may help preserve the health of people who live with MS.
For the first time, a man living with quadriplegia can move and feel someone’s touch below the level of his injury with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) and microchips implanted in his brain.
Patients recovering from a severe spinal cord injury can develop an immune deficiency that makes life-threatening infections more likely, according to a new study.