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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.
Impact of Activity-based Therapy on Respiratory Outcomes in a Medically Complex Child. Activity-based Therapies focus on activating the neuromuscular system below the level of spinal cord injury (SCI) promoting neuromuscular capacity. Read the complete Journal published in Children. An open access journal by MDPI
Predictors of Volitional Motor Recovery with Epidural Stimulation in Individuals with Chronic Spinal Cord Injury. Read the complete study published in BRAIN.
Victory Over Paralysis is a Worldwide Movement. See the extensiveness of our far-reaching effects.
Contribution of Trunk Muscles to Upright Sitting with Segmental Support in Children with Spinal Cord Injury. Children with SCI demonstrated impaired trunk control with the ability to activate trunk muscles above and below the injury level. Read the complete Journal published in Children. An Open Access Journal by MDPI
We’re hiring outstanding candidates who want to pursue a career in translational spinal cord injury research.  Is that you? Join Our Team and Make a Difference. We’re Hiring.
Heart rate and blood pressure response improve the prediction of orthostatic cardiovascular dysregulation in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. Read the complete peer-reviewed research as published in Physiological Reports
On the Road to Recovery at the Movement Performance and Locomotor Recovery Clinic. Amos Martin, former U of L and N F L player. See his story.
See how The Big Idea has made a difference in Harlee Speyer's life. Providing people with an improved quality of life. #hopehappenshere
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Dr. Susan Harkema shares breakthrough spinal cord research at her provocative TED X Talk