A tiny array of implanted electrodes may help people with spinal cord injuries to regain use of their paralyzed limbs, a new study reveals.
A new study reports researchers have successfully used brain stimulation to provide touch feedback and direct movement. The findings could benefit those with spinal cord injury to regain movement.
A new study suggests certain probiotics could help aid patients' recovery from spinal cord injury.
Using a brain computer interface, researchers help a paralyzed man regain a sensation of touch via a robotic arm.
Researchers have successfully transplanted human neurons to treat symptoms of spinal cord injury in mice. The researchers believe this could pave the way for eventual treatment in humans.
Researchers have developed a brain machine interface that incorporates virtual reality which has allowed some paraplegic patients to regain some feeling in their limbs.
A combination of transcranial magnetic stimulation and peripheral nerve stimulation may help in the rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injury.
Understanding how babies learn to walk may help to improve rehabilitation treatments for those with cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries.
Researchers have identified an underlying cause of immune suppression in people with high level spinal cord injuries.