Spine Therapy

Injury to the spinal cord could lead to paraplegia and quadriplegia. Even though only partially restorative treatments are available for spinal cord injury, a number of rehabilitative, cellular and molecular therapies have been tested in animal models. Several of these potential therapies have already reached or are pacing towards the clinical trials. A combination of strategies have developed as individual therapies doesn't stand a good chance of a positive result, Primary scientific research must provide a basis for generating specific combinations of clinical therapies to different types of spinal cord injuries.


  • Cellular Intervention
  • Molecular Intervention
  • Rehabilitative training
  • Technical aspects

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