News and Announcements
Determined2heal “Soaring to New Heights” Video
Posted on January 4th, 2015 by admin
Trigger mechanism for recovery after spinal cord injury revealed
Posted on December 26th, 2014 by Josh
New Drug Creates Nerve Growth
Posted on December 6th, 2014 by Josh
A drug that could eventually help paralyzed people regain muscle movement – and possibly even walk again – has been discovered by scientists at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, in Cleveland, Ohio. 26 out of the 21 rats injected regained the ability to walk. Read more
SPINALpedia.com Mouth Artist Meets Pierce Brosnon
Posted on November 24th, 2014 by Josh
Mariam Paré, a C5 quadriplegic and accomplished mouth artist from Chicago, the artist who also created our awesome SPINALpedia.com cover photo for our Facebook page (look), had the exciting opportunity of meeting one of her favorite subjects last month, Mr. Remington Steele himself, Pierce Brosnan.
Pierce was alerted to a painting she made of him on social media and invited her to his home in Malibu so they could meet. Read more
SPINALpedia’s 2014 Halloween Wheelchair Costume contest
Posted on November 3rd, 2014 by Josh
This year we debuted our 1st annual Halloween Wheelchair Costume contest, and it was a hit! We had hundreds of online votes and there were 3 lucky winners. Check them out below!
Spinal Cord Regenerated at UC – San Diego
Posted on October 10th, 2014 by Josh
Exciting news from the University of California at San Diego this past week – scientists were able to fully regenerate the damaged spinal cord of a rat. Unprecedented, scientists hope this could one day be applied to humans. Read more
Check Out Our YouTube Channel
Posted on September 18th, 2014 by Josh
Do you find yourself on YouTube often? If so, stop by SPINALpedia’s YouTube channel! SPINALpedia.com is our user-submitted video archive of over 4,5000 paralysis-related videos, and our YouTube channel has our favorite videos divided among our 40+ SCI-inspired playlists.
There’s a lot there. It’s great viewing for all, from newbies to those who have been injured awhile and are just looking to learn a few new tricks. Informative media for all! Visit our channel