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Autonomic Dysreflexia: An Emergency Situation

Online Exclusive posted Thursday, October 11, 2012 - 11:32am

What you should know about autonomic dysreflexia (More)

Good Health After SCI: Vitamin D’s Importance

Online Exclusive posted Wednesday, August 15, 2012 - 1:18pm

Vitamin D exerts many healing benefits relevant to people with spinal cord injury/disease. (More)

The RobotsAre Coming!

Reprinted from PN July 2011

Will one be helping out in your home? (More)

Research Study: How To Encourage Exercise

Reprinted from PN January 2011

The inMotion Exercise Research study compares two approaches to helping people with MS or SCI become more physically active. (More)

The Restoration Puzzle

Reprinted from PN August 2010

It may be difficult to pronounce, but neurorestoratology is an emerging subdiscipline that emphasizes regeneration or repair of the damaged nervous system. IANR's mission is to pull together the pieces of research from around the world. (More)

More Than Just Games

Reprinted from PN May 2010

The men and women who tackle the challenges of sports activities impact AT and rehabilitation research. (More)

The Quest Continues

Reprinted from PN February 2010

More than $1 million in grants will help advance spinal-cord-injury research, as investigators search for a cure and better quality of life. (More)

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