Neurostimulation pioneer Prof V. Reggie Edgerton to visit Sydney

Professor Reggie Edgerton’s pioneering work has successfully returned function to people with spinal cord injuries, years after the original accident. He will be sharing details of his current successes and his vision for future SCI treatments at a public lecture on Thursday 12th May.

Using currents of electricity to ‘re-ignite’ injured spinal cords, Prof. Edgerton and his colleagues have given paralysed volunteers the ability to move their own limbs once more. The men have been able to once again control their bladders and bowels, function sexually, and stand upright.

The history of paralysis research is littered with unfulfilled expectations. However, SpinalCure, along with many of Australia’s leading physicians, believe Prof. Edgerton’s work could actually help large numbers of patients in the comparatively near future, making an immense improvement to their lives.

Prof. Edgerton will be in Sydney for one week as a guest of SpinalCure and The Faculty of Science, UTS.

Hear about his ground-breaking research first hand at a public lecture hosted by Royal Rehab.

This is an extremely rare opportunity to hear directly from Prof. Edgerton. Space is limited – register now to claim your spot!

Free public lecture!

Thursday, 12th May 2016
at 6.00 for 6.30pm 

Royal Rehab
235 Morrison Road
Ryde, NSW 2112

Register now to claim your spot!

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Neurostimulation pioneer Prof V. Reggie Edgerton to visit Sydney