Surgeons use a pioneering new technique to effectively restore arm and hand movement to quadriplegic patients, a new study reports.
A new study uncovers molecular changes which may explain why motor neurons, rather than other neurons, are affected by the childhood illness, SMA.
Researchers use direct brain control to allow a man paralyzed for five years to walk again.
Researchers create a customized exoskeleton that has enabled a former soldier with traumatic brain injury to walk again.
Researchers report on a promising new way to induce hMSCs to differentiate into neuron-like cells by treating them with exosomes.
Noninvasive spinal stimulation and a robotic exoskeleton enable a completely paralyzed man to move his legs voluntarily, researchers report.
New technology allows paralyzed people and those with locked in syndrome to communicate by using their breath.
Researchers have developed a technique to make brain controlled prosthetics more precise. A pilot clinical trial of the neuroprosthesis is underway for people with paralysis and ALS.
According to a new study, five men with complete motor paralysis were able to voluntarily generate step-like movements thanks to a new strategy that non-invasively delivers electrical stimulation to their spinal cords.
Researchers have deciphered the code the brain uses to make the most of its "noisy" neural circuitry.
A new study reports epidural stimulation could help people with spinal cord injuries to regain motor function.
Researchers have discovered a way to stimulate the growth of corticospinal axons. The finding could potentially help with the development of new treatments for those suffering from spinal cord injuries.