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Restoring Ambulation after Paraplegia: A Conversation with Dr. Gregoire Courtine and Dr. Jocelyne Bloch. Has the future of spinal cord injury treatment arrived?  We discuss Dr. Courtine’s and Dr. Bloch’s recently published and highly publicized paper on restoring motor function after paralysis. Listen to this in-depth conversation on your Favorite Podcast > Restoring Ambulation after Paraplegia: A Conversation with Dr. Gregoire Courtine and Dr. Jocelyne Bloch. Has the future of spinal cord injury treatment arrived?  We discuss Dr. Courtine’s and Dr. Bloch’s recently published and highly publicized paper on restoring motor function after paralysis. Listen to this in-depth conversation on your Favorite Podcast >
Moving Beyond Isolated Systems. Moving Beyond Isolated Systems.
Pediatric NeuroRecovery is Recognized by the Kentucky Network for Innovation & Commercialization for their Advancement in Technology. Pediatric NeuroRecovery gains recognition for their university-born health and medical technologies with the development of the Posture Control System. Receiving state-wide recognition, training, and financial support for development. Read The Breaking News > Pediatric NeuroRecovery is Recognized by the Kentucky Network for Innovation & Commercialization for their Advancement in Technology. Pediatric NeuroRecovery gains recognition for their university-born health and medical technologies with the development of the Posture Control System. Receiving state-wide recognition, training, and financial support for development. Read The Breaking News >
Spinal Cord Injury at Birth, Expected Medical and Health Complexity in Chronic Injury Guided Anew by Activity-Based Restorative Therapy: Case Report. Infancy is a rich period of sensorimotor experiences, typically learning through trial and error, that together with maturation and activity-dependent plasticity drive development. Infants who have interruptions to development due to injury, alter the malleable natural learning process and are at risk for maladaptive neuroplasticity. Read the complete Article published in Frontiers in Psychology Spinal Cord Injury at Birth, Expected Medical and Health Complexity in Chronic Injury Guided Anew by Activity-Based Restorative Therapy: Case Report. Infancy is a rich period of sensorimotor experiences, typically learning through trial and error, that together with maturation and activity-dependent plasticity drive development. Infants who have interruptions to development due to injury, alter the malleable natural learning process and are at risk for maladaptive neuroplasticity. Read the complete Article published in Frontiers in Psychology
New Controller Developed at UofL Improves Home Use of Epidural Stimulation for People with Spinal Cord Injuries. Keith Smith, who has tetraplegia, takes independent control of an implanted Medtronic Intellis Neurostimulator, allowing him to take advantage of the stimulator’s benefits. Article published in UofL News > New Controller Developed at UofL Improves Home Use of Epidural Stimulation for People with Spinal Cord Injuries. Keith Smith, who has tetraplegia, takes independent control of an implanted Medtronic Intellis Neurostimulator, allowing him to take advantage of the stimulator’s benefits. Article published in UofL News >
Mayo Clinic Epidural Stimulator Survey. Mayo Clinic is seeking volunteers with implated epidural stimulators to participate in a research study, to understand the long term effects of epidural spinal stimulation. See if you’re eligible to participate: Mayo Clinic Epidural Stimulator Survey. Mayo Clinic is seeking volunteers with implated epidural stimulators to participate in a research study, to understand the long term effects of epidural spinal stimulation. See if you’re eligible to participate:
Your Opportunity to Make a Difference. Provide support for participants to obtain housing and caregivers during their involvement in research. Give to the NeuroRecovery Fund > Your Opportunity to Make a Difference. Provide support for participants to obtain housing and caregivers during their involvement in research. Give to the NeuroRecovery Fund >
We’re Looking for Problem-Solving Engineers. Are you a creatively experienced Engineer who can not only think outside the box, but also build that box so it benefits the lives of others? Join Our Growing Engineering Core We’re Looking for Problem-Solving Engineers. Are you a creatively experienced Engineer who can not only think outside the box, but also build that box so it benefits the lives of others? Join Our Growing Engineering Core
$5.5 million for the Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric NeuroRecovery. New funding provided from Kosair Charities for Pediatric Health Programs > $5.5 million for the Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric NeuroRecovery. New funding provided from Kosair Charities for Pediatric Health Programs >
New Online Course Open for Registration. Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control (SATCo) SATCo is the only current measure that can quantify different types and intermediate levels of trunk control prior to independent sitting. This highly recommended course developed for all clinicians and researchers who want to learn how to administer and score the SATCo for typically and atypically developing children across diagnostic groups and settings. Register and Learn about this course at NeuroRecovery Learning. New Online Course Open for Registration. Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control (SATCo) SATCo is the only current measure that can quantify different types and intermediate levels of trunk control prior to independent sitting. This highly recommended course developed for all clinicians and researchers who want to learn how to administer and score the SATCo for typically and atypically developing children across diagnostic groups and settings. Register and Learn about this course at NeuroRecovery Learning.