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4 Types Of Back Pain You Should Never, Ever Ignore
Experts share the red flags that mean an achy back might be a bigger deal.
Paralyzed Man Partially Regains Ability To Walk With Spinal Cord Implants
David M'zee can walk over a half mile, hands free, with the implants turned on.
My Painful B12 Deficiency And How I Got My Running Legs Back
Author and ultrarunner
The "pork diagnosis" and no definitive diagnosis, despite oodles of tests, were unsatisfactory. My painful and debilitating
Game of Silence's Eileen Grubba Shines a Light on Actors With Disabilities
I spoke to Grubba about her journey as an actress in Hollywood - not an easy path to say the least - which makes her triumphs all the more inspiring.
I Didn't Let A Negative Prognosis Keep Me From Walking Again
I am a recovering quadriplegic athlete, author, ambassador and...
The Road to Recovery Prior to my injury, I had always been very athletic and very competitive. Although I had to give up
The Precious Commodity of Time: Taking a Second Look at the Effects of Paralysis
Spinal Cord Injury Advocate
Similar to many others I've met in this situation, I am neither sad nor angry. And as more time passes, it has become increasingly apparent that what I want most in life might not be evident from where I am sitting.
Human Head Transplants Now Possible
In a provocative new paper, an Italian neuroscientist outlines how to perform a complete human head transplant, arguing that such a surgical procedure is now within the realm of possibility.
Human Head Transplants Now Possible, Italian Neuroscientist Says (VIDEO)
Now Dr. Sergio Canavero of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group says he knows how to solve that problem. Canavero's paper
Exploring the Frontiers of Recovery From Spinal Cord Injury
Co-founder, Run in the Dark
In 2010 a fall from a second-story window nearly killed me. As I lay in the spinal unit, I was presented with an expert view from one of the senior medical team that hoping for recovery was proven to be psychologically damaging. I simply don't agree with that analysis.
What is a Myelogram?
Helene Pavlov, M.D.
Fellow, American College of Radiology; Radiologist in Chief, H...
A myelogram can help your doctor make a diagnosis or plan the appropriate treatment to help relieve back or leg symptoms.
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