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Spinal Cord Injury Journal

Updates and Advancements On Traumatic Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries

Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Technology & Advancements , Research , Recovery & Rehabilitation
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | April 02, 2018

Are Neuro-Spinal Scaffolds the Answer to a SCI Cure?

Bridges are full of symbolism. They have the capability of bringing two things together that would be impossible otherwise. Because of this, it ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Technology & Advancements , News , Recovery & Rehabilitation
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | March 16, 2018

Japanese Mind-Powered Exoskeleton Now Available in Florida

We all want to be part of the future, or at the very least think we're living in exciting times, when it comes to technologies for helping us to cope ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Technology & Advancements , Advice & Tips
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | February 07, 2018

Exoskeletons: The Best Available for SCI Survivors

Robotic exoskeletons are among the most exciting technological investments to become available in recent years to people with spinal cord injuries ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Technology & Advancements , Research
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | January 18, 2018

Top 4 Reasons to Be Excited About Spinal Cord Injury Research

Spinal cord injury (SCI) research has exploded in the last 20 years. We've all watched it grow with glee, especially those of us with a vested ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Technology & Advancements
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | December 13, 2017

Advancements in Technology Reduce Complete Spinal Cord Injuries

With advancements in medical technology and practices over the last several decades, the prognosis for an individual with a spinal cord injury (SCI) ...

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Topics: Technology & Advancements , Treatment , Recovery & Rehabilitation , Traumatic Brain Injury
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | July 17, 2017

How Is Brain Cooling Affecting Hypoxic Brain Damage?

Medical researchers are constantly working to find ways to more effectively treat various forms of brain damage. Many of these treatments can sound ...

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Topics: Technology & Advancements , News , Research , Treatment
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | June 22, 2017

Electrical Stimulation Helps Man Move Legs for the First Time in Years

Published in a recent issue of the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Mayo Clinic, in collaboration with researchers from UCLA, conducted a study with a ...

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Topics: Technology & Advancements , Recovery & Rehabilitation
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | April 18, 2017

A New Generation Wheelchair: It's Real and It's Coming Soon!

A team of masters students at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology have been using all of their spare time to work on the most revolutionary ...

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Topics: Survivor Stories & Inspiration , Technology & Advancements , Research
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | March 15, 2017

How a Sleeve and a Computer Chip Led to a Spinal Cord Injury Breakthrough

A chip implanted into the brain of a spinal cord injury survivor now enables him to play Guitar Hero. The future is now when it comes to spinal cord ...

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Topics: Technology & Advancements , Research , Paralysis
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | February 17, 2017

Mobility Once More: How Hyundai’s Exoskeleton is Helping Paraplegics Walk Again

Hyundai is known for their dependable construction of vehicles for traveling on the road, but they are now getting special attention for the ...

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