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  1. 1. Pulmonary management following acute SCI. (spinal cord injury) Journal of Neuroscience Nursing; April 1, 1998; Lucke, Kathleen T. ... phase following spinal cord injury, some recommendations ... assisted cough and exercise training ... R, Noreau L: Spinal cord injury, exercise and quality ... R: Cough in spinal cord injury: Augmentation ... maximal arm exercise among able-bodied ... Neuroanatomical Substrates of Functional Recovery After Experimental Spinal Cord Injury: Implications of Basic Science Research for Human Spinal Cord Injury. Physical Therapy; August 1, 2000; Basso, D Michele ... people survive spinal cord injury (SCI) each ... to contusion injury of the rat spinal cord. J Neurophysiol ... Effects of exercise and fetal spinal ... Function After Spinal Cord Contusion Injury in Rats: Skeletal ... and Without Exercise [dissertation ... Is the recovery of stepping following spinal cord injury mediated by modifying existing neural pathways or by generating new pathways? a Perspective. (Spinal Cord Injury Special Series). Physical Therapy; December 1, 2001; de Leon, Ray D Roy, Roland R Edgerton, V Reggie ... achieved by the mammal with spinal cord injury can be attributed to a reorganization ... recovery following a complete spinal cord injury in adult mammals. Although studies ... managing paralysis in humans with spinal cord injury will be discussed. It appears ... Neurogenic bladder, neurogenic bowel, and sexual dysfunction in people with spinal cord injury. (Spinal Cord Injury Special Series). Physical Therapy; June 1, 2002; Benevento, Barbara T Sipski, Marca L ... important sequelae after spinal cord injury (SCI) is the loss of ... Management in Adults With Spinal Cord Injury. Washington, DC: Paralyzed ... of Sildenafil during exercise in men with known or ... responses in women with spinal cord injury. Urology. 2000;55:812-815 ... Male infertility following spinal cord injury: facts and fiction. Physical Therapy; November 1, 1996; Brackett, Nancy L. Nash, Mark S. Lynne, Charles M. Traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) resulting from ... Dysfunction in Men With Spinal Cord injury Following an SCI, a ... Whiteneck G, ed. Aging With Spinal Cord Injury. New York, NY: Demos ... to intense interval exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol ... Musculoskeletal deterioration and hemicorporectomy after spinal cord injury. (Case Report). Physical Therapy; March 1, 2003; Shields, Richard K Dudley-Javoroski, Shauna ... encounter a client with a spinal cord injury who has undergone an ... secondary problems from spinal cord injury. The reported client ... supine upper-extremity exercise with hand-held weights ... documented 9 weeks after his spinal cord injury. He developed lesions ...
  2. 2. Muscle atrophy and procedures for training after spinal cord injury. Physical Therapy; January 1, 1994; Gordon, Tessa Mao, Jian ... effectiveness of exercise and FES regimens ... motoneurons in the spinal cord segments at or below the injury site undergo ... Atrophy After Spinal Cord Injury Since ... spinal cord injury: a retrospective ... complete spinal cord injured patients ... extension exercise training ... Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: An Acute Care Rehabilitation Perspective Critical Care Nursing Quarterly; August 1, 1999; Mia Murphy, RN, BSN, CRRN ... pre> Traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) can have ... rehabilitation, spinal cord injury injury. exercises are utilized to ... the case of the spinal cord-injured patient ... Hope in patients with spinal cord injury: a literature review related to nursing. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing; December 1, 2001; Lohne, Vibeke ... addressed nursing of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) related to the phenomenon ... rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI). Yet, hope is regarded ... Studies: Hope in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Authors ... Spirometry testing standards in spinal cord injury *. (clinical investigation). Chest; March 1, 2003; Kelley, Alyson Garshick, Eric Gross, Erica R. Lieberman, Steven L. Tun, Carlos G. Brown, Robert ... whether subjects with spinal cord injury (SCI) can perform ... Whiteneck GG, eds. Spinal cord injury: clinical outcomes ... Portland, OR: Book News, 1995; 289-316 ... Breathlessness and exercise in spinal cord injury. J Spinal Cord Med ... Spinal cord injury and centers for independent living.(Spinal Cord Injury, Part 3) American Rehabilitation; March 22, 1997; Starkloff, Max J. ... individual with a spinal cord injury, I have developed ... growing old with a spinal cord injury. Call it fear ... quadriplegia, exercise becomes a much ... possibilities for exercise, accessibility ... lives with a spinal cord injury, if we seize ... Quality care in challenging circumstances: a patient with a spinal cord injury. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing; February 1, 2002; Richmond, Therese S. Thompson, Hilaire J. ... vulnerable patients. Patients with spinal cord injury epitomize this intense vulnerability. Spinal cord injury does not occur in a vacuum ... case of a patient with an acute spinal cord injury highlights the challenges of ... The relevance of leisure in an illness experience: realities of spinal cord injury. Journal of Leisure Research; June 22, 1995; Kleiber, Douglas A. Brock, Stephen C. Lee, Youngkhill Dattilo, John Caldwell, Linda ... experienced a spinal cord injury (SCI). We first ... arms and exercise my arms and do ... resulted from a spinal cord injury, is prominent ... New York: Basic Books. Kleiber, D ... of people with spinal cord injury. Unpublished ...
  3. 3. Exertional hypotension in spinal cord injury. Chest; October 1, 1994; King, Marjorie L. Lichtman, Steven W. Pellicone, John T. Close, Robert J. Lisanti, Paul ... pressure; exercise test; oxygen consumption; spinal cord injury The life ... level of spinal cord lesion, the ... response to exercise may be related to injury level, as ... thoracic spinal cord injury: case report ... Value of arm exercise testing in ... Aging with spinal cord injury. Paraplegia News; April 1, 1991; Roth, Elliot J. ... of aging with a spinal cord injury. Thus, there ... bullet severed his spinal cord. He wasn't given ... one with such an injury was, at that time ... and his father exercised the boy's legs ... Midwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury Care System, Rehabilitation ... Spinal cord injury patients often succumb to bedsores ; But advances hold promise of fewer deaths USA Today; October 25, 2004; Liz Szabo Spinal cord injury patients often succumb to bedsores ... executive director of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association. About 11,000 people ... Reeve's accident raised the profile of spinal cord injury, his death may focus more attention ... Individual and societal influences on participation in physical activity following spinal cord injury: a qualitative study.(Research Report)(exercise-influence on disabled persons' health) Physical Therapy; June 1, 2004; Levins, Stephen M. Redenbach, Darlene M. Dyck, Isabel ... Mortality after spinal cord injury: a four-year ... effect of exercise training ... characterization of the exercise. Med Sci ... community with a spinal cord injury: implications ... experience of spinal cord injury: the individual's ... Correlates of exercise maintenance ... Luxury Ski Condo to be Raffled to Fund Spinal Cord Research; Gateway to a Cure Believes Cure for Spinal Cord Injury is Within Reach. PR Newswire; July 22, 2002 ... dream of finding a cure for spinal cord injury. Gateway to a Cure, a St. Louis-based ... awareness and financial support for spinal cord injury nationwide, is sponsoring the ... researchers in the field of spinal cord injury. There are between 250,000 ... Motherhood, pregnancy, and spinal cord injury. Paraplegia News; October 1, 1990; Broderson, Linda C. ... part of life for many women. Spinal cord injury may change the style, but not ... in the pelvis of a woman with spinal cord injury, in many cases there is less ... Having a baby when you have spinal cord injury is not easy, but it's so worth ... Care of morbidly obese people with spinal cord injury.(Continuing Education Offering article with examination and answer/enrollment form) Journal of Trauma Nursing; October 1, 1996; Beck, Lisa A. Lovlien, Cheryl A. Twedell, Diane M.
  4. 4. ... especially when the person has a spinal cord injury (SCI) (Polk, 1988). This article ... activity) represents an incomplete spinal cord injury (Keener & Benson, 1992). SCI ... ventilation is related to the level of spinal cord injury and concomitant injuries to ... Effect of seat inclination on seated pressures of individuals with spinal cord injury. (Research Report) Physical Therapy; March 1, 2004; Maurer, Christine L. Sprigle, Stephen ... costly complications of spinal cord injury (SCI). Recent data ... rehabilitation following spinal cord injury: current experience ... fur individuals with spinal cord injury. Am J Phys Med Rehabil ... Chair Design, and Exercise. Springfield, Ill ... ETF-funded projects. (Paralyzed Veterans of America Spinal Cord Injury Education and Training Foundation) Paraplegia News; October 1, 1991 ... June 1991, the PVA Spinal Cord Injury Education and Training ... educate individuals with spinal cord injury and their families ... strength and conditioning exercise programs for individuals with spinal cord injury or other physical disabilities ... Marching Orders; His Spinal Cord Injury Was Serious. But Gen. Hugh Shelton Has Backbone. The Washington Post; September 25, 2002; Bradley Graham Washington Post Staff Writer ... Marching Orders; His Spinal Cord Injury Was Serious. But ... improve recovery in spinal cord injury cases. By forcing ... after sustaining a spinal injury during a fall ... they got that news," Shelton said ... ahead with an exercise routine that stretched ... Ben's Miracle.(recovery from spinal cord injury) Ladies Home Journal; December 1, 1998; Peyton, Nancy ... me that our son had a serious spinal- cord injury. I felt the shock go through ... wheelchair forever. spinal- cord- injury patients, there is no defining ... apos;s Miracle. (recovery from spinal cord injury). , Ladies Home Journal ... Partial body weight support with treadmill locomotion to improve gait after incomplete spinal cord injury: a single-subject experimental design. Physical Therapy; April 1, 1998; Gardner, Michelle Betti Holden, Maureen K. Keikauskas, Judy M. Richard, Reginald L. ... mechanism, Treadmill. Incomplete spinal cord injury often results in gait patterns ... networks in the brain stem or the spinal cord, or both.[10,11] Grillner[12 ... a subject with an incomplete spinal cord injury was recruited. To limit the potential ... PAIN an invisible disability.(treating spinal-cord injury pain) Paraplegia News; May 1, 2001; Richards, J. Scott Kezar, Laura Add pain to spinal- cord injury, and the results can be devastating ... about one in three people with spinal- cord injury (SCI). It can interfere with ... excerpted from Pain After a Spinal Cord Injury, Spinal Cord Injury-InfoSheet ...
  5. 5. New system provides exercise for people with spinal cord injury. (electrical stimulation moves leg muscles) American Rehabilitation; September 22, 1989 ... Provides Exercise for People with Spinal Cord Injury People paralyzed by spinal cord injury can now ... are special exercise machines ... benefits of exercise - something ... people with spinal cord injuries ... spinal cord injury. New technology ... The effect of therapeutic massage on H-reflex amplitude in persons with a spinal cord injury. Physical Therapy; August 1, 1994; Goldberg, Joanne Seaborne, Derek E. Sullivan, S. John Leduc, Bernard E. ... therapists, patients with a spinal cord injury (SCI) represent a substantial ... H-reflex changes following spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1985 ... spinal reflex arch (H-reflex) in spinal cord injury. Paraplegia. 1977-1978;15:238-244 ... Target: paralysis: in this exciting time for SCI research, collaboration allows Miami Project scientists to make progress.(spinal cord injury research update)(Cover Story) Paraplegia News; December 1, 2003 ... for Marc Buoniconti. Thanks to spinal- cord- injury (SCI) research, he got a high- priority ... been a more exciting time for spinal- cord- injury research. We are certain that ... leg. This allows a person with spinal- cord injury (SCI) to stand and take steps ... Surface Electrical Stimulation of Skeletal Muscle After Spinal Cord Injury. Physical Therapy; August 1, 1999; Sandstrom, Robert ... also noted in individuals with spinal cord injury, who had poor recovery of torque ... be stimulated in people with spinal cord injury. The torque produced by this ... that produced in people without spinal cord injury because of the smaller size ... MOVING STORIES CHRISTOPHER REEVE IS ONE OF MANY NOT TAKING SPINAL CORD INJURY LYING DOWN.(U) Daily News (Los Angeles, CA); September 30, 2002 ... filled with exercise. It's advice ... the average spinal cord injury patient won't ... way after injury if you keep ... patients with spinal cord injuries ... from Reeve's news - either ... part in a spinal cord study conducted ... clinical exercise physiologist ... following Reeve's news ``with religiouslike ... spinal cord injury The Mosby Medical Encyclopedia; October 1, 1996 spinal cord injury, any one ... injuries are spinal fractures ... paralysis. Spinal cord injuries ... time of the injury. Within a ... after the injury are usually ... Treatment of spinal cord injuries ... as certain exercises and techniques ... Pregnancy & SCI.(spinal-cord injury) Paraplegia News; June 1, 2004
  6. 6. ... everything but the floor exercises. And, when the time ... says. Women with spinal- cord injury/dysfunction(SCI/D ... Health for Women with Spinal Cord Injury: Part 2-- Pregnancy ... Self-Care for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury (Third Edition ... DIABETES AND SPINAL-CORD INJURY. Paraplegia News; August 1, 2000; Weitzenkamp, David Gerhart, Ken Long-term spinal- cord injury (SCI) and diabetes? According ... Training Center on Aging with Spinal Cord Injury (1993-1997); the second, a ... Wellness, and Risk Information for Spinal Cord Injury Survivors in the Community ... Going up in smoke. (smoking and spinal cord injury complications) Paraplegia News; July 1, 1997 ... lungs is hardly news. However, this bad ... affects more than spinal- cord injury (SCI) survivors ... difficult. The news is bad for SCI survivors ... But there's good news, too. The percentage ... greater than before injury. Combining SCI and ... Accenting the positive: the Eighth Annual Conference of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses (AASCIN) was a positive step in the process of exchanging ideas and information. (includes list of 1991-92 Board of Directors) Paraplegia News; November 1, 1991; Sunderlin, Ann ... was attended by 700 spinal cord injury nurses and administrators ... American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social ... practice and be able to exercise that knowledge and ... each of three areas of spinal cord injury nursing. Winners for ... It's sneezin' time again. (Living Well).(preventing respiratory diseases in people with spinal-cord injury/disease) Paraplegia News; October 1, 2002 ... especially critical for people with spinal- cord injury/disease (SCUD), often leading ... vaccination. VHA Handbook 1176.1 ( Spinal Cord Injury and Disorders System of Care ... and treatment of veterans with spinal- cord injury/disease (SCI/D). Dr. Henry ... Project Walk, Inc. Partners With Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan and Wayne State University School of Medicine for Groundbreaking Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Research Project. Business Wire; October 28, 2002 ... Project Walk, Inc. Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Recovery ... following traumatic spinal cord injury. We are the only ... and click on the NEWS navigation button ... for people with spinal cord injuries and a ... including kinesiology, exercise physiology and ... "Who, me? Drink too much?": use and abuse don't decrease with age, alcohol + aging + SCI = a risky combination. (spinal cord injury) Paraplegia News; October 1, 1995; Holicky, Richard ... the combination of spinal- cord injury (SCI) and alcohol ... Traveled, PN/Paraplegia News, February 1995. de ... Alcohol, Drugs, and Spinal Cord Injury. San Mateo, CA: Novation ... Center on Aging With Spinal Cord Injury, a joint project of ...
  7. 7. Entrapment neuropathy remains a puzzle for SCI researchers -- The development of upper extremity nerve entrapments in the wheelchair user is likely multifactorial.(spinal cord injury researchers) Biomechanics; May 1, 2003; Barber, Douglas B. Able, Antoinne C. ... neuropathy in persons with spinal cord injury did not involve either ... following rigorous exercise. The pain subsided ... and the director of spinal cord injury care in the rehabilitation ... the ulnar nerve in spinal cord injured patients. Paraplegia ... Aging and SCI: a tough combination? (spinal cord injury) Paraplegia News; January 1, 1994; Corbet, Barry ... Does this mean that to have a spinal- cord injury is to be condemned to a miserable ... trained and more vulnerable to injury, while even an athlete may overuse ... Training Center (RRTC) in Aging With Spinal Cord Injury to study the problems and their ... Relief sought for pain resulting from spinal cord injury. (Consultations & Comments) Consultant; August 1, 1994; Raskind, Robert ... feet, the result of a cervical spinal cord injury suffered 4 years ago? My patient ... diazepam, as well as acupuncture and exercise, none of which has helped. He ... paresthesias and dysesthesias that follow spinal cord injury rarely, if ever, respond to medications ... GENERAL HEALTH: HAVING IT AND KEEPING IT.(spinal cord injury care) Paraplegia News; December 1, 2000; Weitzenkamp, David ... Craig's studies of people with spinal- cord injury (SCI), results are not much different ... wellness topics as stress, diet, and exercise. The book is available for $7 ... Wellness, and Risk Information for Spinal Cord Injury Survivors in the Community (1998-2001 ... Potential dangers of radiologic imaging: certain chemicals used to assist radiologists can endanger the health of people with SCI. (spinal cord injury) Paraplegia News; August 1, 1995; Schenck, Marc ... Starting from the time of injury, radiologic imaging with ... through a vein or into the spinal cord. Use of contrast with ... mineral in patients with spinal- cord injury. Paraplegia, 1976; 14 ... fractures in chronic spinal cord injured patients. Paraplegia ... Male fertility after SCI: achieving pregnancy.(Sexuality & SCI)(spinal-cord injury) Paraplegia News; May 1, 2004; Ducharme, Stanley H. ... ovary. For men with spinal- cord injury (SCI), however, what ... performing regular exercise, keeping a healthy diet ... fathering a child after injury involved a sense of ... American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social ... NCCSCI in New Orleans. (National Coordinating Council on Spinal Cord Injury) Paraplegia News; February 1, 1989; Champagne, Jim
  8. 8. ... The National Coordinating Council on Spinal Cord Injury (NCCSCI) met December 7-8, 1988, at ... committed to the NCCSCI agenda of keeping spinal cord injury issues on the front burner. Powell ... and increased involvement in athletic exercise. Reeve's delayed results spotlight benefits of FES cycling after SCI.(Christopher Reeve, functional electrical stimulation, spinal cord injury) Biomechanics; November 1, 2002; Bieze, Jordana ... Reeve years after the C2-level spinal cord injury that rendered him tetraparetic ... PhD, medical director of the Spinal Cord Injury program at the university, and ... Less severely injured (lower injury level, clinically incomplete lesions ... Car or van: is it time to switch? (choosing a vehicle for spinal cord injury survivors) Paraplegia News; January 1, 1997; Holicky, Richard Most spinal- cord- injury survivors who are used ... dependent, or I need the exercise or I'll get even weaker ... independence following injury and rehab was for many ... Training Center on Aging With Spinal Cord Injury, a joint project of Craig ... Actor-helmer's chapter two: in wake of spinal cord injury, Reeve sees glass half full. (actor Christopher Reeve)(New York: Entertainment Town: Top of the Town) Variety; September 29, 1997; Goldner, Diane ... of his time following spinal cord injury research and working ... breathing and physical exercises in the morning before ... his head, crushing his spinal cord. Reeve admitted that ... relationship, he says. Injury will magnify what exists ... A LESSON IN COURAGE AFTER 1993 SPINAL CORD INJURY, COACH RETURNS TO THE FIELD.(News) Daily News (Los Angeles, CA); September 3, 2000 ... advice. Relying on a wheelchair after suffering spinal cord injury in a 1993 traffic collision, Wade has returned to ... undergoing muscular ensurance, posture and balance exercises. ``Chuck is progressing very well'' Isaacs said ... Body fat estimation of persons with spinal cord injury using the skinfold technique. (Exercise Physiology and Fitness).(Brief Article) Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport; March 1, 2003; Goodman, Jefferey A. ... over 200,000 individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) in the United States, and ... and document BC changes due to exercise. Body composition measures can ... of more effective nutrition and exercise intervention strategies to counteract ... Heart disease and SCI: are you at risk? (spinal cord injury)(includes related information) Paraplegia News; August 1, 1997; Lyman, Patty Stiens, Steven A. ... people with spinalcord injury (SCI). Do risk factors ... some of these. EXERCISE Impaired mobility ... blood pressure, weight, exercise, fasting glucose, and ... Rehabilitation in the Patient With Spinal Cord Injury. Physical Medicine and ... Respiratory complications and management of spinal cord injuries. Chest; June 1, 1990; Mansel, John Keith Norman, Joe Robert
  9. 9. ... 000 cases of spinal cord injury in the United ... deep breathing exercises in preventing ... with suspected spinal cord injury. Anesth Analg ... edema in cervical spinal cord injury. J Trauma 1978 ... Progressive resistive exercise in weaning high ... Life Satisfaction Among Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries. The Journal of Rehabilitation; July 1, 2000; Chase, Brent W. Cornille, Thomas A. English, R. William ... treatment, most persons survive a spinal cord injury and live two or more decades ... psychosocial implications of a spinal cord injury (Whiteneck, Charlifue, Frankel ... satisfaction of persons with a spinal cord injury including biological, personal ... Acute Care Management of Spinal Cord Injuries Critical Care Nursing Quarterly; August 1, 1999; Karen Mitcho, RN, MSN, CCRN; Janette R. Yanko, RN, MN, CNRN ... multidisciplinary team, quadriplegia, spinal cord injury, spinal shock Spinal Cord Injury Study (NASCIS) III recommends ... The American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses' Clinical Practice ... Use of Prolonged Standing for Individuals With Spinal Cord Injuries. Physical Therapy; August 1, 2001; Eng, Janice J Levins, Stephen M Townson, Andrea F Mah-Jones, Dianna Bremner, Joy Huston, Grant ... sustain a spinal cord injury (SCI) each ... Paraplegia News. 1985;39: 4 ... importance in spinal cord injury management ... influence of injury duration and ... strengthening exercises. Paraplegia ... patients with spinal cord injuries ... Energy Cost of Propulsion in Standard and Ultralight Wheelchairs in People With Spinal Cord Injuries. Physical Therapy; February 1, 1999; Beekman, Claire E Miller-Porter, Leslie Schoneberger, Marion ... Stauffer ES. Spinal cord injury: requirements ... arm crank exercise. J Appl Physiol ... level of spinal cord injury on shoulder ... Maximal exercise responses ... during maximal exercise in untrained ... Classification of Spinal Cord Injury, Revised ... Sports-Related Spinal Cord Injuries Critical Care Nursing Quarterly; August 1, 1999; Diane Cantella, BSN, RN ... cervical spine, spinal cord injury, sports-related ... who sustain a spinal cord injury (SCI) every year ... athletic neck injury. Clin Sports Med ... quot; in football spinal cord injuries. JAMA ... Med Sci Sports Exercise. 1997;29(7Suppl ... Research projects funded. (Research, Education, & Practice Guidelines).(Spinal Cord Research Foundation ) Paraplegia News; February 1, 2003; Stripling, Thomas ... Contribute to Infections During Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Denise I. Campagnolo ... Toxin on Multiple Sclerosis and Spinal Cord Injury Neurogenic Bladder Michael ... Therapy for Axonal Bridging after Spinal Cord Injury Armin Blesch, Ph.D. University ...
  10. 10. Spinal Cord Researchers See Progress on Paralysis. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News; December 18, 2002 ... Tribune Business News Dec. 18--Since ... from serious spinal cord injury has been: no ... Christopher Reeve's exercise regime and recent ... paralyzed by a spinal cord injury and, using a ... problem with spinal cord injury was not that ... Regenerating the Spinal Cord. World and I; February 1, 2001; Stocum, David L. ... compiled by the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center ... States are living with spinal cord injury (SCI) caused by trauma ... demyelinated nerves. Exercise regimens may also help ... patients suffering from spinal cord injury, even if they have ... SCRF: projects and progress; what has PVA's Spinal Cord Research Foundation (SCRF) accomplished since its inception in 1976? (includes related article on research funded by SCRF) Paraplegia News; December 1, 1990; Chanaud, Cheryl M. ... individuals with acute spinal cord injury (immediately postinjury ... disease (long-term spinal cord dysfunction ... survival after injury, better standards ... The role of exercise * Aging ... following acute spinal cord injury demonstrates that ... Vocational rehabilitation for persons with spinal cord injuries and other severe physical disabilities. American Rehabilitation; December 22, 1996; Inge, Katherine J. Wehman, Paul Kregel, John Targett, Pam Sherron ... traumatic brain injury (Virginia ... that they had exercised choice in ... individuals with spinal cord injuries or ... individual with a spinal cord injury or other physical ... reference books as resource ... individual with a spinal cord injury must work ... Neurologist offers hope to spinal-cord patients. Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service; February 22, 1999; Flam, Faye ... the latest news from the scientific ... looked at spinal cord injury. ... And I've ... rehabilitative exercise. Surprising ... Fig said his injury didn't follow ... convinced that the spinal cord does heal ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury. Federal ... Medical Institutions Join Forces in Bid to Reverse Spinal Cord Injuries. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News; May 4, 2003 ... circumvent a human spinal cord injury and restore lost bladder ... Lenny, suffered a spinal cord injury when he was a teenager ... combination of therapy and exercise to recover feeling ... simulate a real-life spinal cord injury, not ideal surgical ... Spinal cord compromise: an important but underdiagnosed condition in people with mental retardation.(Viewpoint) Public Health Reports; July 1, 2004; Curtis, Rod Freitag, Per LaGuardia, James J. Thornton, Steven Vicari, Sandra Markwell, Stephen
  11. 11. ... disc disease leading to spinal cord compromise (myelopathy ... psychotropic medications. SPINAL CORD INJURY IN AN INTERMEDIATE CARE ... both prolapsed disc and spinal cord compression suggests ... physical therapy and exercises, epidural steroid injections ... NEUROPHYSIOLOGY: Teaching the Spinal Cord to Walk Science; January 16, 1998; Wickelgren, Ingrid ... stopping to grab books off shelves ... of other spinal cord- injury patients ... that the spinal cord's walking ... after an injury. In their ... forms of exercise. Of 36 patients ... the human spinal cord that helps ... program of exercise walking might ... Science & Technology: NEUROLOGY : REBUILDING THE SPINAL CORD Business Week; December 11, 2000; By Catherine Arnst in New Orleans ... cells, of the brain and spinal cord were unable to regenerate after injury, unlike cells in the ... regeneration, probably for spinal cord injury, may be in the clinic ... the ensuing paralysis. Spinal cord injury research today breaks ... Study: Christopher Reeve's brain can function normally if spinal cord fixed AP Worldstream; December 9, 2002; PAUL RECER, AP Science Writer ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, tests show ... program of exercise and electrical ... with such an injury. spinal cord would do little ... for other spinal cord injury patients as ... Copyright 2002, AP News All Rights ... Acrocyanosis in a spinal cord injured patient - effects of computer-controlled neuromuscular electrical stimulation: a case report. Physical Therapy; January 1, 1990; Twist, Donna J. ... that occur following traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI). [4] The aim of using ... al: Deep venous thrombosis in spinal cord injury: Effect of prophylaxis with ... Glaser RM: Physiologic aspects of spinal cord injury and functional neuromuscular ... SCRF project update. (Spinal Cord Research Foundation) Paraplegia News; December 1, 1990; Chanaud, Cheryl M. ... bearing or exercise of paralyzed ... loss after spinal cord injury. Thus far ... induced exercises on bone loss ... an acute spinal cord injury Researcher ... changes after a spinal cord injury is abnormal ... prevented by exercises that place ... UK professor one of the world's few paraplegic spinal cord researchers.(Knight Ridder Newspapers) Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service; November 20, 2002; Isaacs, Barbara ... important for a survivor of spinal cord injury, in which there's a delicate ... also read voraciously about spinal cord injury. He returned to college ... he said. For a person without spinal- cord injury, it feels like pins and needles ... Reeve's doctor has lofty goals His Superman-sized mission is to change spinal cord treatment St. Louis Post-Dispatch; August 8, 2004; TINA HESMAN; Of the Post-Dispatch
  12. 12. ... announcement that an exercise program he ... long after a spinal cord injury. The cornerstone ... adult with spinal cord injuries ... Electrode-induced exercise improves ... illness or injury that there ... suffered their injury, that they'll ... show that exercise programs ... improve after spinal cord injuries ... PROFILE / Helping Victims Of Spinal-Cord Injuries Newsday; February 1, 1998; BETTY OMMERMAN ... American Association of Spinal Cord injury Nurses in 1985 and the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social ... Select Commission on Spinal Cord Injury. He sits on the board ... part in a training exercise at the U.S. Army Engineering ... 2 AT UW GET SPINAL CORD FUNDING Wisconsin State Journal; September 1, 2003 ... UW GET SPINAL CORD FUNDING Edition ... are studying spinal cord injury in the laboratory ... improved by physical exercise, enhancing the ... breathe after a spinal cord injury high in the neck ... paralysis caused by spinal cord injury and other central ... Reeve Championed Spinal Cord Research AP Online; October 11, 2004; MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Medical Writer ... research into spinal cord injury, offering himself ... allow the spinal cord to heal itself ... of the American Spinal Injury Association ... director of the Spinal Cord Injury Program at Washington ... Copyright 2004, AP News All Rights Reserved ... Sexuality and spinal cord injured women. Paraplegia News; March 1, 1991; Ricotta, Karen ... following a spinal cord injury may include ... Fertility of spinal cord injured women ... change after injury; the potential ... sensate focus exercises (as described ... Issues The spinal cord injured woman ... spinal cord injury just adds another ... Superman's doctor: spinal-cord specialist Marcalee Sipski directs Christopher Reeve in his toughest role yet. People Weekly; August 7, 1995; Reed, Susan ... like most recent victims of spinal- cord injury, restricted to either his hospital ... fracture, I hoped there wasn't a spinal- cord injury. Tragically, there was. Reeve ... Christopher--and nobody has a cure for spinal- cord injury--my goal is to help him attain ... Functional electrical stimulation and lower extremity bracing for ambulation exercise of the spinal cord individual: a medically prescribed system. Physical Therapy; October 1, 1989; Phillips, Chandler A. ... Extremity Bracing for Ambulation Exercise of the Spinal Cord Injured Individual: A Medically ... quadriplegia secondary to a spinal cord injury incurred six years previously ... Ghista DN, Frankel HL (eds): Spinal Cord Injury Medical Engineering. Springfield ...
  13. 13. 2 AT UW GET SPINAL CORD FUNDING.(FRONT) The Capital Times (Madison, WI); September 1, 2003 ... function is improved by physical exercise, enhancing the ability to breathe after a spinal cord injury high in the neck. Godler's ... cures for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury and other central nervous system ... Reeve brought superhuman strength and larger-than-life clout to spinal cord research AP Worldstream; October 12, 2004; MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Medical Writer ... research into spinal cord injury, offering ... the spinal cord to heal itself ... the American Spinal Injury Association ... someone had a spinal cord injury, "there was ... devised the exercise and therapy ... Copyright 2004, AP News All Rights ... Implant Helps Spinal Cord Patient AP Online; October 14, 2001; STEVE BAILEY, Associated Press Writer ... 17 years. A spinal cord injury suffered in a ... help those with spinal cord injuries become ... person with the injury,'' Edgerton said ... Net: National Spinal Cord Injury Association: http ... contained in the AP News report may not ... A Matter of WHO.(World Health Organization conference on spinal cord injuries) Paraplegia News; September 1, 2001; Johnston, S. Laurance ... had little experience with spinal- cord injury (SCI) until her daughter was ... repair signals the damaged spinal- cord host issues. Snyder said ... emanates from the cord above the injury site to the spinal- cord nerve roots below the injury ... Looking into the crystal ball. (aging and health risk assessment for people with spinal cord injuries)(includes related information) Paraplegia News; April 1, 1997 Spinal- cord injury (SCI) and the twenty-first century ... Training Center (RRTC) on Aging With Spinal Cord Injury is developing these programs. Interested ... Gale Whiteneck at RRTC on Aging With Spinal Cord Injury, Craig Hospital, (303) 789- 8202 ... Holistic medicine & SCI: exploring the options: what is "holistic medicine?" How might it work for people with SCI?(spinal cord injuries) Paraplegia News; April 1, 2003; Ryan, Jerry D. ... Last fall, the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA), the Arizona Chapter of the Spinal Cord Injury Association (AzSCIA), the Arizona ... the Possibilities, the 2002 Spinal Cord Injury Educational Conference, in Phoenix ... Increasing Muscle Mass in Spinal Cord Injured Persons With a Functional Electrical Stimulation Exercise Program. Physical Therapy; June 1, 2000; Sandstrom, Robert ... Electrical Stimulation Exercise Program Scremin ... in people with spinal cord injury. The purpose of ... with complete spinal cord injury, satisfactory ... progressive, weighted exercise of the quadriceps ... the resistive exercise training. The ...
  14. 14. Quality of life as defined by adults with spinal cord injuries. The Journal of Rehabilitation; January 1, 1998; Boswell, Boni B. Dawson, Michael Heininger, Elisabeth ... sent to members of a regional spinal cord injury association who met participant ... investigator or the president of the spinal cord injury association. Twenty-one members ... at the site of the regional spinal cord injury association meetings. The discussion ... An orthotic approach.(spinal cord injuries)(Brief Article) Paraplegia News; June 1, 2002; Beaton, Jeffrey J. Black, Andrew C., III ... such as those with spinal- cord injury (SCI), are constantly ... 5-10 years after injury. However, without ... Virginia. He was spinal- cord injured at C4 in ... Va., is studying exercise physiology and kinesiology ... Hospital, Newport News, Va. Physical Performance in Persons With Spinal Cord Injuries After Discharge from Rehabilitation. Physical Therapy; May 1, 2000; Sofer, Roslyn ... 1) to determine if persons with spinal cord injury can maintain their physical capacity ... her own wheelchair, followed by 3 exercise tests on a bicycle ergometer. Body ... physical capacity of people with spinal cord injuries. No relationship was found ... Inherited Paralysis Gene May Aid Spinal Cord Research; Michigan and Penn Discovery Holds Immediate Promise for Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia. Ascribe Higher Education News Service; September 25, 2003 ... paralyzing conditions, from spinal cord injury to Lou Gehrig's disease ... long nerve cells in the spinal cord degenerate and muscles ... physical therapy and exercise to help retain as much ... involved in other types of spinal cord degeneration. The ... get physical.(exercise tips for people with spinal cord injuries) Paraplegia News; February 1, 2001; Oesterricher, Jody ... health and exercise programs ... rkinson's disease, spinal- cord injury, and ALS ... standing spinal- cord injury (SCI) tend ... falling during exercise activities ... Discontinue exercises that aggravate ... Persons with Spinal Cord Injury (Third Edition ... Football-related spinal cord injuries among high school players - Louisiana, 1989. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report; August 31, 1990 ... sustained cervical spinal cord injuries (SCIs ... Catastrophic Sports Injury Research, unpublished ... the mechanisms of injury, strengthening ... proper conditioning exercises (1,6), requiring ... Acute traumatic spinal cord injury surveillance ... Respiratory health: no matter what their injury level or if it is complete or incomplete, people with SCI are at increased risk for developing respiratory complications. Here's how to have an ongoing plan to help prevent them. (Special section: the art of breathing). (spinal cord injuries) Paraplegia News; June 1, 2003; Klebine, Phil Lindsey, Linda
  15. 15. ... typically affected by spinal- cord injury (SCI). However ... flow through the spinal cord to control the ... depends on the injury's level and completeness ... below the level of injury. Injuries in ... T1-12) of the spinal cord affect the control ... Stress management for people with SCI. (spinal cord injuries) (includes related article) (Stress Busters) Paraplegia News; January 1, 1992; Bertino, Linda Sciarrillo Spinal cord injuries are an insult to ... their preception of the injury, sociocultural attitudes ... response of others to the injury. Reaction may also be dependent ... Minimized effects of stress A spinal cord injury is one of the most devastating ... Stressed out? (stress and spinal cord injuries) Paraplegia News; August 1, 1998; Gerhart, Ken Chase, Theresa M. Weitzenkamp, David ... CONNECTION? Do people with spinal- cord injury (SCI) have more stress ... higher immediately after injury? Probably. Does the amount ... problems related to your injury are contributing to the ... negative effects: * Exercise is great. An aerobic workout ... Central cord syndrome in a football player with congenital spinal stenosis: a case report. The American Journal of Sports Medicine; March 1, 2004; Finnoff, Jonathan T. Mildenberger, Dale Cassidy, Christina D. ... that result in death, brain or spinal cord injury, or cranial or cervical spine ... of the tackles resulting in spinal cord injury involved inappropriate tackling ... who developed an incomplete spinal cord injury known as central cord syndrome ... focus on FUNDING. Paraplegia News; February 1, 1998 ... relevance to spinal- cord injury/dysfunction ... Changes Following Spinal Cord Injury in Humans Richard ... little about how exercise can improve bone ... effects of this exercise on muscle fatigue ... Osteoporosis in Acute Spinal Cord Injury Patricia W ... Solution Seekers. Paraplegia News; February 1, 1999 ... aiding people with spinal- cord injury/disease. Each year ... Pathways Following Spinal Cord Injury Margaret A. Vizzard ... Persons With Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Matthew Jay Budoff ... arterial blockage involve exercise and may be difficult ... Functional electrical stimulation to enhance cough in quadriplegia. Chest; January 1, 1993; Linder, Steven H. ... and chronic phases of cervical spinal cord injury (CSCI); CSCI paralyzes the intercostal ... hemiplegia, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury as well as general muscle strengthening ... This study was conducted at the Spinal Cord Injury Service at the VA Medical Center ... SBA training program. (Paralyzed Veterans of America Senior Benefits Advocate Training Program) Paraplegia News; August 1, 1992; Bodenbender, R. Henry Steven, Angela
  16. 16. ... services at VA spinal- cord- injury (SCI) centers ... assignments from several books and pamphlets ... lay-knowledge of spinal- cord function. The ... Spinal Cord Injury Concepts and ... Injury Patients (VA Spinal Cord Injury Service) * Accent ... Reeve's Brain, Paralysis Studied AP Online; December 9, 2002; PAUL RECER, AP Science Writer ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, tests show ... program of exercise and electrical ... with such an injury. spinal cord would do little ... for other spinal cord injury patients as ... Copyright 2002, AP News All Rights ... Glossopharyngeal and neck accessory muscle breathing in a young adult with C2 complete tetraplegia resulting in ventilator dependency. (Case Report). Physical Therapy; June 1, 2002; Warren, Valerie C ... a ventilator secondary to a spinal cord injury using GPB to breathe off the ... ventilator as the result of a spinal cord injury, however, are different from ... a ventilator secondary to a spinal cord injury and attempted to learn GPB ... Neck injuries in athletes: diagnosis and conservative management: on-field evaluation is critical.(Cover Story) The Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine; November 1, 2003; Everett, Clifford R. Santwani, Kishore M. Kapur, Gaurav Patel, Rajeev K. ... that a cervical spinal cord injury has occurred until ... that a cervical spinal cord injury has occurred until ... strengthening exercises are done. The ... cervical motion. Spinal cord injuries Diagnosis ... sustains permanent injury (Table 2). Spinal ... Implications of elbow arthrodesis for individuals with paraplegia. Physical Therapy; March 1, 1993; Young, Jennifer Hunsaker ... function in individuals with spinal cord injury, except as this function pertains ... only 11 ADLs. Individuals with spinal cord injury perform differently, however ... working with patients who have spinal cord injury should recognize the prognostic ... Experts Study Reeve's Brain Functions AP Online; December 10, 2002; PAUL RECER, AP Science Writer ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, tests at ... program of exercise and electrical ... with such an injury. spinal cord would do little ... for other spinal cord injury patients as ... Copyright 2002, AP News All Rights ... Rehab at Craig pushes `what is possible' USA Today; July 18, 1994; Mike Snider ... Recovering from a spinal cord injury is an exercise in hope. How much spinal cord patients recover and ... too." A traumatic injury: Facts and figures ... is the season when spinal cord injuries are most likely ... Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Awards Almost $2M in Individual Research Awards. US Newswire; April 30, 2003
  17. 17. ... neuroscientists for research on spinal cord injury paralysis. The Foundation ... treatments and cures for spinal cord injury. Every research ... following treadmill exercise -- Dr. Francis John ... recovery after cervical spinal cord injury: strengthening existing ... NEWS OF WU DOCTOR'S WORK WITH REEVE HAS HOPES SOARING St. Louis Post-Dispatch; September 17, 2002; Tina Hesman; Of The Post-Dispatch ... intensive exercise regimen that ... a severe spinal cord injury. The success ... Superman. News that actor ... intensive exercise regimen to ... complete injury to his spinal cord. The actor ... cure for spinal cord injury is not going ... Urodynamic feedback. Paraplegia News; May 1, 1990; Walker, Judith People with spinal cord injury bemoan the fact that ... a valuable training exercise to gradually teach people with spinal cord injury to hold increasing ... People who have spinal cord injury have a number of problems ... REEVE DEBUNKS USE-OR-LOSE BELIEF The Columbian; December 10, 2002; PAUL RECER, Associated Press ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, tests show his ... concentrated program of exercise and electrical ... patient with such an injury. Corbetta said ... repairing the spinal cord would do little ... program director of spinal cord injury research at the ... Health report the long ride back. Sarasota Magazine; June 1, 2000; Beiler, Pam ... Walker struggles back from a spinal cord injury. It happened in an instant ... through the latest practices in spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Doug's recovery ... and a 34-year survivor of a spinal cord injury. We help people cope with the ... THE GIRL WHO NEVER SAYS "I CAN'T" St. Louis Post-Dispatch; March 16, 2003; Michelle Meehan; Special To The Post- Dispatch ... pediatric Spinal Cord Injury Program ... perform daily exercises. Due to health ... television news. One of the ... the area of spinal cord regeneration ... Spinal Cord Injury Program at ... child has an injury at birth but the cord is still ... In most spinal cord injuries ... began an exercise program that ... THE GIRL WHO NEVER SAYS "I CAN'T" St. Louis Post-Dispatch; March 16, 2003; Michelle Meehan; Special To The Post- Dispatch ... pediatric Spinal Cord Injury Program ... perform daily exercises. Due to health ... television news. One of the ... the area of spinal cord regeneration ... Spinal Cord Injury Program at ... child has an injury at birth but the cord is still ... In most spinal cord injuries ... began an exercise program that ...
  18. 18. A comparison of two breathing exercise programs for patients with quadriplegia. Physical Therapy; November 1, 1992; Derrickson, Janice Ciesla, Nancy Simpson, Nancy Imle, P. Cristina ... breathing exercises; Quadriplegia; Spinal cord dysfunction ... spinal cord injury that leads ... transection of the spinal cord at the C4 ... study with injury at the C4 ... breathing exercises.[5,23] Patients ... after acute spinal cord injury: statistical ... Immunity and SCI. (Living Well). Paraplegia News; June 1, 2003; Kiser, Tom ... is showing that people with spinal- cord injury (SCI) have a depressed immune ... on Immune Function Following Spinal Cord Injury: A Review. Journal of Spinal ... Depressed Immune Function in Spinal- cord- injury Patients Receiving Rehabilitation ... EXERCISE & SCI: It Ain't So Scary! Paraplegia News; February 1, 1999; Weitzenkamp, David A. Gerhart, Kenneth A. Chase, Theresa M. ... because of a spinal- cord injury? You don ... program! Why exercise? For the ... endurance/aerobic exercise with toning ... having a spinal- cord injury (SCI) interferes ... tighten. ROM exercises may include ... Persons With Spinal Cord Injury. [C] 1989 ... STUDY OFFERS HOPE FOR REEVE.(News) The Cincinnati Post (Cincinnati, OH); December 12, 2002 ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, tests at the ... concentrated program of exercise and electrical ... patient with such an injury. Corbetta said ... repairing the spinal cord would do little ... program director of spinal cord injury research at the ... Rehabilitation Strategies for the Tetraplegic Patient in the Trauma Center. Journal of Trauma Nursing; October 1, 1998; Stone, Lance ... the incidence of spinal cord injury (SCI) is low, it ... characterized by injury to the spinal cord between C5 and C8 ... strengthening. During the exercise, the patient should ... early stage post injury to the spinal cord. #3. Monitor for ... A bridge to independence. Design News; March 6, 2000; Maloney, Lawrence D. ... technology to learn how patients with spinal cord injury were treated, such as the typical ... had suffered a cervical-level spinal cord injury in a diving accident. My hands ... bladder and bowel function after spinal cord injury. Many patients with paralysis ... Paralysis: Maybe It's Not as Permanent as It Seems The Washington Post; January 30, 2001 ... Section: Health Paralysis from a spinal cord injury was once considered permanent ... depends on acting quickly after a spinal cord injury occurs. A steroid treatment ... with chronic, or long-standing, spinal cord injury also appear "very promising ...
  19. 19. Preventing and managing secondary conditions: a proposed role for independent living centers. The Journal of Rehabilitation; July 1, 1996; White, Glen W. Gutierrez, Richard T. Seekins, Tom ... 1,100 University of Alabama spinal cord injury patients who did not have indwelling ... primary disability - such as spinal cord injury - which sets the occasion for ... responsible. For example, a National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center report (1989 ... Research, Education, & Practice Guidelines. (PVA in Action). Paraplegia News; December 1, 2002; Stripling, Thomas ... Extracellular Superoxide in Spinal Cord Injury Huaxin Sheng, M.D ... Acute, Motor Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury T. George Hornby, Investigator ... The Effect of an Exercise Protocol on the Maintenance ... Axonal Bridging After Spinal Cord Injury Armin Blesch, Ph.D ... Grace under pain U.S. News & World Report; May 11, 1998; Mary Brophy Marcus; Stacey Schultz; Susan Brink ... an untreatable injury. Injury to the spinal cord was long believed to be permanent ... children. Bates suffered a spinal- cord injury in a car accident, but she ... a nurse who had worked in a spinal- cord- injury unit in a Veterans Administration ... Sports medicine for wheelchair athletes. American Family Physician; May 1, 1989; Schaefer, Robert S. Proffer, Dirk S. ... of individuals with spinal cord injury and other disabilities ... individuals with complete spinal cord injury. Flexibility and compromise ... race course at a lower exercise intensity are especially ... primarily in patients with spinal cord injury, manifests as acute ... Can An Injured Spine Be Mended? / A look at what science has found, and where it's headed Newsday; April 10, 2000; Jamie Talan ... higher on the spinal cord. During ... weeks after an injury, the body sends ... involved in spinal cord injury ... At UCLA, exercise physiologist ... in 1995, the spinal cord at the level of the injury-the second ... Reeve's 'Exciting' Progress Lifts Hopes / Gains seen 'unique' years after injury Newsday; September 23, 2002; Jamie Talan ... insurers that exercise equipment ... with severe spinal cord injuries ... the acute injury has been ... quot; to his spinal cord below the injury. exercise program is ... care for spinal cord injuries ... the acute injury phase, includes ... patients who exercised daily have ... Pediatric rehabilitation: special patients, special needs. The Journal of Rehabilitation; July 1, 1990; DiCowden, Marie
  20. 20. ... occurred to the child are also addressed. Spinal Cord Injury Spinal cord injury is one of the most devastating of injuries for ... Children as young as twelve years of age with spinal cord injury, who were originally seen in an in-patient setting ... Paralyzed patients see new promise of recovery; Christopher Reeve's surprising gains put the spotlight on current research and advanced therapy.(Front Page) The Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI); September 15, 2002 ... inspiration from news last week that ... neck down by a spinal cord injury, has regained ... therapy, repetitive exercises and electrical ... symposium on spinal cord injury presented by ... within hours of a spinal cord injury, can significantly ... Reeve Case: Brain May Not 'Lose It' Newsday; December 10, 2002; THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ... paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, tests show his ... concentrated program of exercise and electrical ... interrupted by the injury. spinal cord injury research at the ... be applied to spinal cord patients in general ... GOOD HEALTH & WELLNESS. Paraplegia News; April 1, 2001; Gerhart, Ken DIETRICH, ANDREA CENSKY Life expectancies after spinal- cord injury (SCI) are up. Medical care, rehabilitation ... Wellness, and Risk Information for Spinal Cord Injury Survivors in the Community ... Overview of changes to the spinal cord after SCI. (Basic) * Fax ID ... The Marathon Miracle. Business Wire; March 19, 2004 ... He and three other spinal cord injured patients spend ... intensive, focused exercise program with coaching ... NESCI is to establish a spinal cord injury center that is state ... equipment for other spinal cord injury survivors and to fund ... Reeve starting to stress the 'here and now'.(Flair)(Column) The Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI); March 5, 2002 ... Grand Rapids Press News Service It's ... suffered a high-level spinal cord injury that paralyzed ... finding a cure for spinal cord injuries. He has ... paralysis caused by spinal cord injuries and other ... the therapeutic exercise he gets three times ... Reeve's progress a first _ but many wonder whether it can be duplicated.(St. Louis Post- Dispatch) Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service; September 20, 2002; Hesman, Tina ... Superman. News that actor Christopher ... directs the Spinal Cord Injury Program at Washington ... an intensive exercise regimen to help ... the cure for spinal cord injury is not going ... raising money for spinal cord injury research. He ... Reeve's progress a first _ but many wonder whether it can be duplicated. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (via Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service); September 16, 2002
  21. 21. ... Superman. News that actor Christopher ... directs the Spinal Cord Injury Program at Washington ... an intensive exercise regimen to help ... the cure for spinal cord injury is not going ... raising money for spinal cord injury research. He ... Reeve's Recovery 'Unprecedented' AP Online; September 12, 2002; DANIEL Q. HANEY, AP Medical Editor ... after catastrophic spinal cord injury. spinal cord injury research at the National ... after catastrophic spinal cord injury. (AP Photo/James A ... Copyright 2002, AP News All Rights Reserved ... Inspiratory muscle training in the patient with neuromuscular disease. Physical Therapy; November 1, 1995; McCool, F. Dennis Tzelepis, George E. ... dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and spinal cord injury.[2-7] This article will first discuss the ... result is true has been made in patients with spinal cord injury. Following spinal cord injury, there are reductions m VC and IM force. Over ... A super feeling U.S. News & World Report; September 23, 2002; Nancy Shute; ; Nancy Shute ... conversation. With a spinal- cord injury, the conversation ... intensive exercise could be ... ago that exercise enhances ... that most spinal- cord- injury patients ... available for all spinal- cord-injured patients ... well as more exercise, he will ... 2002 U.S. News & World ... Autonomic dysreflexia. (autonomic hyperreflexia) Paraplegia News; April 1, 1997; Chanaud, Cheryl M. ... through the injured spinal cord. 3. The same as ... SCI. 4. If your injury is at or above ... vessels below your injury. The reason for this is that the spinal- cord area from T6 to ... Dysreflexia? ? The Spinal Cord Injury Newsletter, [C ... Old drug, new uses? Anemia drug also protects against nerve damage.(erythopoietin) Science News; November 9, 2002; Christensen, Damaris ... important because in both stroke and spinal cord injury, signals from acutely injured ... first at an infrequent type of spinal cord injury, one that's similar to stroke ... more common kinds of traumatic spinal cord injury in people. In rats with spines ... Functional electrical stimulation, a two-year study. (Physical Function) The Journal of Rehabilitation; July 1, 1992; Petrofsky, Jerrold S. ... problems associated with spinal cord injury such as pressure sores ... problems associated with spinal cord injury in terms of both cost ... participants. FES exercise appeared to be fairly ... costs associated with spinal cord injury in individuals who ... (book reviews) Physical Therapy; June 1, 1992; Eliason, Mark R. ... method for patients with spinal cord injury. The approach combines ... Part 2, Stationary Exercise Rehabilitation, addresses ... imposed on patients with spinal cord
  22. 22. injury. The FES system is ... physiology in patients with spinal cord injury will also find this ... "But I can't sweat to the oldies!" (Rx for Fitness, part 1) Paraplegia News; April 1, 1995 ... discusses exercise as it is ... palsy, head injury, polio, and ... as well as spinal- cord injury, multiple ... rule out exercise. Most people ... function from spinal- cord damage can ... complete injury to one that ... event. If injury occurs above T6, the spinal cord is unable ... limits maximum exercise heart rate ... Are you at risk for heart disease? Accent on Living; March 22, 1997; Cassidy, Jean ... causes of death after spinal cord injury (SCI)? This makes sense ... quot; cholesterol. Spinal cord injured individuals ... Health Promotion After Spinal Cord Injury, Gaithersburg, MD ... lose weight exercise < Jean Cassidy is ... PVA research foundation grants.(Research, Education, & Practice Guidelines)(Paralyzed Veterans of America) Paraplegia News; December 1, 2003; Stripling, Thomas ... nine projects funded by PVA's Spinal Cord Research Foundation (SCRF) for ... an SCI lesion, thus preventing spinal cord regeneration. A better understanding ... Diminish Hypersensitivity Following Spinal Cord Injury Fellow: Takahiko Mitsui, M ... HERE'S TO YOUR HEALTH: BOWEL MANAGEMENT (PART THREE). Paraplegia News; September 1, 2000 ... hospital following a spinal- cord injury (SCI). No matter what ... incorporates a healthy diet, exercise, adequate fluid intake ... care for people with spinal- cord injury or disease (SCI/D ... treatment of veterans with spinal- cord injury/disease (SCI/D ... GOODWILL GAMES / Dangers Downplayed Newsday; July 23, 1998; Douglas Steinke ... n's paralyzing spinal- cord injury suffered during ... That sort of injury is not all ... five cases of spinal- cord injuries in ... yesterday issued a news release saying ... how many were spinal- cord injuries because ... suffering an injury such as Sang's ... Manual therapy & pain. (Living Well). Paraplegia News; April 1, 2002; Weitzenkamp, David ... problems for people with spinal- cord injury (SCI). In fact, 75% report ... start quite early after injury. Other pain, specifically ... damage the spine and/or spinal cord. That's why we require ... available than before injury, it is particularly important ... The effect of two intensities of massage on H-reflex amplitude. Physical Therapy; June 1, 1992; Goldberg, Joanne Sullivan, S. John Seaborne, Derek E. ... those with head injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis. Physical ... insensate skin secondary to a spinal cord injury in order to prevent damage to ... persons with a lesion of the spinal cord. (*) The Jobst Institute Inc ...
  23. 23. Coping with severe disability through life care planning. Defense Counsel Journal; April 1, 1995; Woodrich, Frank ... health agencies. In Aging with Spinal Cord Injury, a recent comprehensive work ... Living Movement and the Model Spinal Cord Injury Systems have come to recognize ... Care Consumers, in AGING WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY 236 (Gail Whiteneck et al ... (book reviews) Physical Therapy; November 1, 1996; Swafford, Bonnie Bauer ... Promotion After Spinal Cord Injury is to provide ... to people with spinal cord injury (SCI). The authors ... for activity and exercises. The book is ... according to level of injury. Discussion of ... in a section on exercise equipment and ... Paralyzed patients walk on robotic treadmill. (News). Robotics World; January 1, 2002 ... David Chen, medical director of spinal cord injury rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation ... especially those with partial spinal cord injuries, by retraining them to ... to neural circuits within the spinal cord. Research strongly suggests that ... Intermittent self-catheterisation and the female patient.(art & science urinary system and disorders) Nursing Standard; October 30, 2002; Bennett, Elisabeth ... sclerosis, spinal cord injury, caudal equina ... for example, spinal cord injury, caudal equina ... Incontact News and Views. Spring, 4. Spinal Injuries Association ... for Spinal Cord Injured People ... spinal cord injury patients. Spinal ... Treadmill training improves function in Parkinson's patients -- The changing rehabilitation model posits the possibility of neural recovery through task-specific therapy. Biomechanics; August 1, 2004; Fisher, Beth ... stroke and spinal cord injury, which are ... training, and exercise. Most of ... studies of brain injury related to stroke and spinal cord injury. Lesion ... stroke and spinal cord injury. Miyai et ... task-specific exercise on functional ... The effect of electrical stimulation on quadriceps femoris muscle torque in children with spina bifida. Physical Therapy; October 1, 1992; Karmel-Ross, Karen Cooperman, Daniel R. Van Doren, Clayton L. ... spina bifida, the spinal cord and vertebrae ... of people with spinal cord injury.(4-8) Peckham ... quadriplegia following exercise induced by chronic ... individuals with spinal cord injury. In: Proceedings ... humans following exercise induced by chronic ... The battle of the bulge. (weight loss techniques)(includes related information) Paraplegia News; April 1, 1997
  24. 24. ... the wrong idea. Every spinal- cord- injury (SCI) survivor is not ... s increased risk of injury. SCI survivors use their ... and better eating and exercise habits. Your dietitian ... Center on Aging With Spinal Cord Injury, a joint project of ... His drive and determination inspired a nation St. Louis Post-Dispatch; October 14, 2004; J. GIBSON HENDERSON JR. ... person with a spinal cord injury, I couldn't ... half-hour of exercise a day, I can ... attempt to recover spinal cord function through exercise, and he found ... people with spinal cord injuries pedaling ... this type of exercise, Reeve's example ... L.E. Sanders. (longest-living quadriplegic)(people in the news) Paraplegia News; March 1, 1994 ... In 1993 the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA ... rehabilitation. His parents exercised his legs and arms and ... I started doing some exercises myself. I could move ... Sanders had severed his spinal cord and would likely not ... RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS. Paraplegia News; July 1, 1999 ... just because I have a spinal- cord injury (SCI)? Answer: You ... nerves that run to the spinal cord. Your SCI affects how ... of your lungs. The injury also affects your ability ... the lungs clear. An injury at the C1-5 levels causes ... BRUMFIELD TALKS ABOUT HIS INJURY.(NEWS) The Cincinnati Post (Cincinnati, OH); September 30, 1997 ... recovery from a spinal cord injury in tonight's ''Inside Edition,'' the syndicated news magazine that airs at ... September in Baltimore. The spinal cord concussion paralyzed him ... eight hours of special exercise followed by an evening ... Aging and SCI: weight gain & pain - a vicious cycle. Paraplegia News; October 1, 1994 ... Training Center in Aging With Spinal Cord Injury, a joint project of Craig Hospital ... What happens when people with spinal- cord injury (SCI) gain weight? All the ... watch for a future article, Exercise Without Injury ), but most people with SCI ...

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