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Documentation of Improved ASIA Motor Score | Bioxcellerator

When spinal cord injury (SCI) patients suffer from their injury medical professionals will attempt to classify their injury. Classifying a patient’s injury can help patients receive the right type of treatment and track their progress over time. The American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) impairment scale is one of the most widely accepted ways to assess a patient’s functional impairment as a result of SCI.

Sensory Improvements in Spinal Cord Injury Patients | Bioxcellerator

Patients with spinal cord injuries often lose one of the basic five senses, the ability to feel. This can greatly impact a patient’s quality of life. When we touch something sharp, the nerves in our skin react to the sharp object that could damage the skin by sending pain signals to the brain. Unfortunately, patients who suffer from spinal cord injuries commonly lose this feeling.

What are Best Ways to Treat Spinal Cord Injuries

Suffering from a spinal cord injury can be one of the most testing, upsetting and tumultuous times in anyone’s life. The psychological pain and strife can be conquered, even if it seems impossible at the time. 

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Proving everybody wrong: New hope for healing spinal cord injuries through stem cell therapy

How do you treat spinal nerve damage and its pain?

The spine is incredibly important to the function of all of the systems in the human body. The spine can be thought of as the central messaging system that is responsible for sending messages from the brain to the rest of the body. If the spine suffers from any type of injury, that messaging system can be disrupted. Damage to the spine can effectively cut off communication from the brain to certain parts of the body. 

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