Success Stories

The Big Step Forward - Breakthrough Treatment for SCI

The epidural stimulation device, a revolutionary treatment for spinal cord injury, has given our patients some remarkable results. Four of them share their story here. Each patient has generously said they are willing to answer questions from other SCI sufferers. Please contact us for more information.

Spinal Cord Injury Patient Isaac

ISAAC DARRELL, 32 – CANADA

 

Four years ago Isaac was left paralysed from the waist down following a diving accident in his native Canada.

 

After researching options that could help improve his quality of life, he discovered Epidural Stimulation and after speaking to one of our patient representatives, he was soon on his way to Bangkok to start his treatment.

Isaac's Story
Spinal Cord Injury Patient Andrew

ANDREW BELL, 30 – UK

 

In May 2015, Andrew suffered a spinal cord injury after a negligent driver hit his motorcycle.

 

Despite being told by doctors in the UK that he would never walk again, Andrew was determined to achieve a different outcome. After learning about Epidural Stimulation, Andrew travelled to Bangkok later that year to undergo the procedure.

Andrew's Story
Spinal Cord Injury Patient Brinston

BRINSTON TCHANA, 19 – UK/SPAIN

 

After being hit by a car driven by a drunk driver, Brinston was left paralysed from the waist down with a T6 spinal cord injury.

 

In October 2016, Brinston travelled to Bangkok for his Epidural Stimulation treatment after learning of the great progress Andrew Bell had made from the same procedure.

 

Brinston's Story
Spinal Cord Injury Patient Steven

STEVEN EDGE, T3 Spinal Cord Injury

 

Steven, 23, was involved in a tragic accident while riding his motorcycle. After his parents did online research, they learnt about us and decided to reach out for a consultation.

Confident with the information they received and communication they had with the Patient Representative, they decided it would be best to seek the treatment available in Bangkok.

Steven's Story