Article - 3 Minute Read
April 6, 2017
An incomplete spinal cord injury allows for a different level of function than a complete spinal cord injury. Learn about the difference and rehab goals.
Medically Reviewed by Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Categorized as: Rehabilitation
Tagged with: rehabilitation, spinal cord, spinal cord injury, spine injury
Article - 2 Minute Read
April 3, 2017
Many people associate spinal cord injury with severe disability, but there's a wide range of experiences based on the level of spinal cord injury.
Tagged with: paraplegia, quadriplegia, spinal cord injury, spine injury
March 6, 2015
Spinal cord injuries (SCI) can cause permanent changes in your body's strength, sensations, and functions. Discover our innovative rehab technology at UPMC.
Tagged with: ArmeoÂ®, GameCycleÂ®, LokomatÂ®, Nintendo WiiÂ®, paraplegia, quadriplegia, Spinal cord injuries, spinal cord injury, spinal cord injury rehab, tetraplegia, UPMC
October 23, 2014
Learn more about spinal cord injuries (SCI), including what causes them, how they are treated and what the rehabilitation process looks like for patients.
Categorized as: Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation
Tagged with: Amanda Harrington, neurosurgery, outpatient therapy, pain, rehabilitation, spasms, spinal cord injury, Spinal Cord Injury Services, UPMC Center for Spinal Cord Injury
Article - 1 Minute Read
December 29, 2013
Learn about the different types of robotics and gaming technologies provided at the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute to help patients with their recovery.
Tagged with: Apple, Armeo®, balance, brain injury, cardiovascular exercise, exercise bike, flexibility, GameCube®, GameCycle, gaming technology, iPad®, Lokomat, multiple sclerosis, neurological disease, Nintendo, rehabilitation, robotic leg supports, robotic treadmill, robotics, spinal cord injury, stationary bicycle, strength training, stroke, University of Pittsburgh, UPMC Rehabilitation Institute