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New arenas in cell-based regenerative therapies for SCI

Traumatic spinal cord injury, or SCI, imposes enormous financial, emotional and psychological burdens on the patients, their families and the society in which they live. Despite years of research, treatments for paralysis are limited to steroid administration in high doses,...

source: By Dr. Afsaneh Motamed-Khorasani
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Pain researchers at the University of Adelaide have launched a new study to investigate the underlying reasons why some sufferers of spinal injury have persistent pain and others don't. Chronic pain develops in almost two-thirds of spinal cord injury patients. Associate...

source: Medical Xpress

Watch ACRM eNews weekly to learn about all of the exhibitors coming to the Annual Conference Expo in Toronto, Canada. Providing introductions to the latest technologies, products, and services, the Expo is a valuable extension to your conference experience. iDAPT Research Slingserter,...

source: ACRM

Brooks Rehabilitation, CARF International, Craig Hospital, Johns Hopkins Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Sciences, Danderyd Hospital, Division of Rehabilitation, Mayo Clinic, Mount Sinai Brain Injury Research Center, Pate...

source: ACRM

Diving into a new group can be intimidating. That's why the Early Career Networking Group (ECNG) organized a fun, no-pressure social outing during the 2013 annual conference to help Early Career attendees connect. It was such a success, they are planning a similar outing...

source: ACRM

Based on the ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice, this two-day introductory training teaches evidence-based interventions for impairments of executive functions, memory,...

source: ACRM

Inaugurated in 1994, the Sheldon Berrol Chautauqua is the BI-ISIG special annual conference venue addressing topics that provoke questions of values, ethics and humanism in brain injury rehabilitation. This year's topic, "A Call to...

source: ACRM

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