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.
The buzz keeps growing about the potential of neurostimulation to restore function for people with SCI. Is the hype warranted? ICORD’s Dr. Tom Nightingale helps us put it all into perspective.
SFU Researcher Dr. Victoria Claydon recently completed an ambitious three-year study on bowel care, and its relationship to autonomic dysreflexia and quality of life. The results are eye-opening.