After two years away, the APIL Advanced Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Conference is finally returning for two days in May 2022.  The long-awaited event will concentrate on the latest developments in brain and spinal cord injury research. Kelly Hodgson, Business Development Manager will be joined by various NRC Medical Experts attending […]
A recent survey by the AA has shown that only one in three of their customers were aware of the coming changes to the Highway Code, which have been brought in to protect the most vulnerable road users. The survey also worryingly revealed that 4% of those questioned had “no […]
Spinal cord injuries are devastating, but new research using biomaterials could help spinal injury patients recover some of their lost motor skills and functionality. A $24 million research investment from Canada’s New Frontiers in Research Fund has given a team of researchers at The University of British Colombia the opportunity […]
All over the world, scooters that run on electricity are becoming increasingly popular. While they’re often marketed as fun and convenient ways to get around, their increased adoption is resulting in a rise in the number of injuries and deaths related to riding and falling off these scooters, especially since […]
50,000 people in the UK live with a spinal injury. The leading cause is falls and spinal cord injuries are most common with people aged between 16 and 30 years old.   How does the spinal cord work? The spinal cord is the part of the central nervous system that […]