A neural implant developed by Sat Pannu, PhD, and a research team from Lawrence Livermore Laboratory’s Center for Bioengineering, is a small device designed to rewire damaged human brains.
Researchers from the University of Michigan are investigating a possible way to treat muscular dystrophy, which directly targets muscle repair instead of the underlying genetic defect that leads to the disease.
According to a recent review, cardiac rehabilitation is largely underused for cardiac care, especially compared with costly revascularization and medical therapy.
A recent study on concussions in high school football revealed that the location of the impact on the head may not be associated with clinical outcomes, but it may indicate the need for safer tackling.
According to an evidence review published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), patients with advanced cancer can benefit from a rehabilitation program that combines exercise, nutritional counseling, and symptom control.
The Department of Defense (DOD) has awarded a contract to Abbott Laboratories, an Illinois-based company, to develop a blood test that can aid in concussion detection.
Researchers at the University of Liverpool have identified the way in which some cells alter their behavior at the onset of osteoarthritis (OA), which may lead to a more comprehensive understanding of this condition.
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have discovered the cause of the involuntary muscle contractions that patients with severe spinal cord injury often suffer, which may pave the way for new treatment methods.
Researchers at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute (Sanford-Burnham) have developed a new technique to promote tissue repair in damaged muscles and creates a sustainable pool of muscle stem cells needed to support muscle repair.
Several facilities around the nation will open their doors this September to clinicians and business owners to view and experience aquatic therapy pools from HydroWorx.