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Andrew Bell’s Mission to Walk Again

Andrew Bell underwent the Epidural Stimulation procedure with Unique Access in 2015 as a treatment for his T5 Spinal Cord Injury. He was bound to a wheelchair after a tragic road accident involving another motorist back in the UK. Nevertheless, Andrew ignored his doctor’s prognosis...

Epidural Stimulation: Giving Mobility Back To SCI Patients

The World Health Organisation puts the number of people with some form of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) at between 250, 000 and 500, 000 in the world today.When paralysis occurs, one way of life literally ends and another begins. Sometimes the change may be gradual,...

Andrew Bell’s Continued Journey Towards his Goal

Andrew Bell returns to Bangkok for the third time to undergo another period of extensive rehabilitation following his initial treatment which he received back in 2015. He has seen continuous improvements since his Epidural Stimulation procedure, which was combined with Stem Cell Treatment and other...

Spinal Cord Function and Rehabilitation After Injury
Spinal Cord Function and Rehabilitation After Injury

Neuroscientists have discovered that blocking a particular enzyme and putting more oxygen through the spinal cord produces better blood flow consequently enhancing motor function such as walking. This new discovery will basically change our perception of spinal cord function and rehabilitation after Spinal Cord Injuries....

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment Revives Sexual Function
Spinal Cord Injury Treatment Revives Sexual Function

A Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) adversely affects many aspects of a person’s life. People who are not affected by such a condition tend to focus on the loss of mobility as the biggest hurdle that a SCI patient faces. The truth is that other equally...