The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine (JSCM) recently announced that it has revised the 2011 International Standard for the Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI), originally appearing the November 2011 issue of the Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine.
Silent strokes may be generating memory loss among older adults, a new study finds.
A recent study published in the Lancet Neurology spotlights overeating and excess salt, suggesting that the two are the biggest players in stroke risk.
The Kessler Foundation, headquartered in West Orange, NJ, announced the appearance of its outpatient, Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand, on the cover of a recent Sports Illustrated issue and congratulated the athlete on his achievement.
Recent research that targets the potential failure of mitochondria in children with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), seeks to pinpoint an approach to stimulate and heal it.
The failure of metal-on-metal hip implants may come at a great cost to many individuals, including taxpayers, insurers, and employers, according to a recent article in the New York Times.
In an effort to expand veterans knowledge of the healthcare and benefits they have earned, the Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced that its 152 medical centers are now actively represented on Facebook.
In a new study, physicians and engineers from the US and Germany suggest that the lubricant found in metal-on-metal hip implants is graphite, which reportedly parallels the lubrication of a combustion engine more so than that of a natural joint.
The holidays may encourage frequent trips in the car to run errands or visit family. To help osteoarthritis patients who may experience challenges driving cope, expert clinicians have put together a list of safe driving strategies.
To increase hand function in pediatric patients who have suffered a stroke, pairing brain stimulation with occupational therapy may be key, according to new research conducted at the University of Minnesota and Gillette Childrens Specialty Healthcare.