According to a recent study, a balance board accessory for a popular video game console can assist patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) in reducing their risk of accidental falls.
Task-oriented cognitive rehabilitation may help improve self-awareness in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, according to a study conducted by Kessler Foundation researchers.
According to a recent study, colds and other minor infections may temporarily raise stroke risk in children.
Kessler Foundation researchers report that they have pinpointed predictors of prospective memory impairment post-traumatic brain injury (TBI).
A recent study targets a specific gene’s role in nerve conduction velocity and its potential role in multiple sclerosis (MS).
In a recent news release, researchers state that they have achieved a conclusive, noninvasive measurement of neural signaling in the spinal cord of healthy human volunteers; the technique may reportedly help pave the way to assisting patients in recovering from SCIs and other disorders impacting spinal cord function, such as MS.
Kessler Foundation researchers report that a link may exist between the built environment and disability-related outcomes for adults with physical impairments.
Recent study results indicate neurons derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) and grafted into rats post-spinal cord injury (SCI) produced cells with tens of thousands of axons, extending virtually the entire length of the animals’ central nervous system.
A study published by WinterGreen Research indicates that the rehabilitation robot market size is expected to grow to $1.8 billion by 2020.
A University of Buffalo (UB) study suggests that many of the same symptoms common to concussions overlap with injuries to the neck and/or balance system, making diagnosis more challenging.