German researchers suggest that axonal organelle transport may not be a suitable therapeutic target for treating amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
A study conducted at the University of Queensland spotlights driving cessation following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and suggests an individualized approach may help improve outcomes for TBI patients and their families.
University of Zurich researchers suggest that damaged myelin in the brain and spinal cord may not facilitate multiple sclerosis (MS).
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) recently announced its 2012 video contest, which asked AOTA members and students, What is OT? The contest’s deadline is February 29.
According to a recent news release, the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) has issued an updated guideline, which recommends that the spinal cord be monitored during spinal surgery, and certain chest surgeries in order to protect against paralysis or loss of muscle function related to the surgeries.
A new study appearing in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association indicates that citrus fruit may lower womens stroke risk.
Researchers report that a recent study confirms the efficacy, and tolerability of pharmacological prophylaxis of heterotopic ossification following total hip anthroplasty.
A recent news release reports that Occupational Therapy Global Day of Service is slated for February 25.
LimbO Products recently announced the launch of its new web site, designed to support the companys introduction of LimbO Waterproof Protectors in the US.
In observance of National MS Education and Awareness Month, the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF) reports that it will host multiple events, including a free screening of the film “Forks Over Knives” March 14 at Cinema Paradiso, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.