A research group reveals how a spinal cord simulation device helps people with SCI and their bowel routine.
New research sheds light on just how unreliable wheelchairs are—and the high costs of getting them repaired.
A new scoping review published recently by BC researchers suggests that physicians treating chronic pain for patients with SCI should consider prescribing physical activity and exercise, along [...]
Real-world study with lidocaine reveals suprising results — new findings by ICORD researchers strongly suggest lidocaine as part of your bowel program is probably doing more harm than good.
There is a staggeringly high incidence of largely untreatable shoulder pain and injuries in people with SCI who use manual wheelchairs. New research at New Jersey’s Kessler Foundation offers some hope.