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Researchers have uncovered new information on the pathways involved in neuronal regeneration, hopefully bringing the medical community one step closer to managing brain and spinal cord injuries. Spinal Cord Injury, First Step, Pathways, Closer, Brain, Medical, Wellness, Community, The Brain

Better understanding of potential regeneration after brain/spinal cord injury

Researchers have uncovered new information on the pathways involved in neuronal regeneration, hopefully bringing the medical community one step closer to managing brain and spinal cord injuries.

By Kelly YoungEdited by David G. Fairchild, MD, MPH, and Jaye Elizabeth Hefner, MDTwo separate studies on Monday report successes with epidural Medical Journals, Spinal Cord Injury, Clinical Research, Separate, David, Pull Apart

Paralyzed Patients Able to Walk Following Epidural Stimulation, Intense Rehab

Two separate studies on Monday report successes with epidural electrical stimulation in helping paralyzed patients regain the ability to walk. As reported in the New...

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SPINALpedia.com is a social mentoring network and video archive that allows the spinal cord injury community to motivate each other with the knowledge and triumphs gained from our individual experiences.

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Gaylord Hospital is a 137-bed specialty hospital specializing in medical management and rehabilitation following acute illness or traumatic injury.

While hackers might not swing the vote, they could sow discontent. CNNMoney's Laurie Segall speaks with cybersecurity experts to understand vulnerabilities in the voting process and what hackers are saying on the dark web. Equal Rights Amendment, Guy Fawkes Night, Trump Clinton, Voting Process, Surface Studio, Half The Sky, Korea, Clinton Foundation, Truth And Lies

Ripping apart the Microsoft Surface Studio - CNN Video

IFixIt took apart a Microsoft Surface Studio to look at what's inside. Here's what they found.

In a proof-of-concept study, electrical stimulation of the spinal cord helped 2 people with quadriplegia improve voluntary movement and use of their hands. Proof Of Concept, Spinal Cord Injury, National Institutes Of Health, Anatomy, Hands, People, People Illustration, Folk, Artistic Anatomy

Spinal cord stimulation helps paralyzed people move hands

In a proof-of-concept study, electrical stimulation of the spinal cord helped 2 people with quadriplegia improve voluntary movement and use of their hands.

An Ohio man paralyzed in an accident while diving in waves can now pick up a bottle or play the video game Guitar Hero thanks to a small computer chip in his brain that lets his mind guide his hands and fingers, bypassing his damaged spinal cord. Microchip Implant, Quadriplegic, Computer Chip, Play The Video, Spinal Cord Injury, 24 Years Old, Cloud Computing, Big Data, His Hands

A paralyzed man’s brain implant let him move his fingers to play a guitar video game

The chip in his brain reroutes brain signals so he can grasp objects

Neuroscientists have long believed that scar tissue formed by glial cells—the cells that surround neurons in the central nervous system—impedes damaged nerve cells from regrowing after a brain or spinal cord injury. So it's no wonder that researchers have Chiari Malformation, Spinal Cord Injury, Central Nervous System, Neurons, Neuroscience, Science And Nature, Image Shows, Macro Photography, Nerve Cells

New role identified for scars at the site of injured spinal cord

NIH-funded mouse study suggests scar formation may help, not hinder, nerve regrowth.

The Dana Foundation is a private philanthropic organization based in New York City that supports brain research through grants, publications, and educational. Nonprofit Fundraising, Snoopy Quotes, Spinal Cord Injury, Research Centre, Non Profit, Self Help, Leo, Brain, Foundation

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Inspire Hope for Spinal Cord Patients: Help Sonny Corinthos Walk Again with New Technology

Kent Stephenson, the second person to undergo epidural stimulation of the spinal cord at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, is shown here as he volunt. Spinal Cord Injury, The Help, Muscle, Youtube, Muscles, Youtubers, Youtube Movies

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A noninvasive treatment helped 5 men with complete muscle paralysis in the lower body voluntarily move their legs in a step-like pattern. Spinal Cord Injury, Surgery, Character Shoes, Muscle, Legs, Pattern, Patterns, Muscles, Model

Paralyzed men move legs with new non-invasive spinal cord stimulation

After training, men move legs independently, without stimulation.

An experimental spinal stimulation therapy helped 4 young men who were paralyzed below the chest because of spinal cord injuries to regain control of some movement. Types Of Diseases, Spinal Cord Injury, Young Men, Novels, Therapy, Muscle, Medical, Twitter, Health

Paralyzed Men Regain Movement With Spinal Stimulation

An experimental spinal stimulation therapy helped 4 young men who were paralyzed below the chest because of spinal cord injuries to regain control of some movement.

Neuroprosthetics for paralysis: a new implant on the spinal cord EPFL scientists have managed to get rats walking on their own again using a combination of electrical and chemical stimulation. Human Nervous System, Implant, Matter Science, Technology Articles, Medical Technology, Spinal Cord Injury, Medical News, Medical Problems, Neurology

Bionic implant could help paralyzed people 'walk with the power of thought'

With the power of thought, paralyzed patients may soon be able to operate an exoskeleton via an electrode stent that is implanted in their brain with a simple day procedure.