Monthly Archives: February 2016

Early rehab may help spinal cord injury patients

Researchers analyzed data from nearly 4,000 people in the United States who suffered a spinal cord injury between 2000 and 2014 and found that early rehabilitation was associated with better physical functioning when patients left the hospital and during the following…

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Impressive beneficial effects of FES training

A study by French researchers has shown that a year of FES was highly beneficial for one 36-year old woman with a spinal cord injury. The volunteer had improvements in strength, muscle mass, bone density, and oxygen uptake. Published paper

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Protein combination improves bone regeneration

A UCLA research team has found a combination of proteins that could significantly improve clinical bone restoration. The findings may be a big step toward developing effective therapeutic treatments for bone skeletal defects, bone loss and osteoporosis. Read more… | Published…

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