If you or a loved one experience urinary incontinence (UI), or involuntary urine leakage, due to spinal cord injury (SCI), new options may be available.
Please help United Spinal Association continue to raise awareness about spasticity––which affects approximately 65–78 percent of people living with spinal cord injury.
United Spinal Association is joining with National Stroke Association and three other advocacy groups to raise awareness about spasticity and help people living with spasticity to resume normal daily activities.
Two important research studies are being conducted that aim to remove barriers and help people with SCI return to work. If you are over 18 and not working, please take our anonymous surveys to help further our research.
United Spinal partner MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital is looking for participants in a study on the prevention of urinary symptoms.
United Spinal Association's Affiliate Service Provider Program is a new resource for people with disabilities who are searching for products and services.
These are indeed exciting times for spinal cord injury (SCI) clinical trials. There are trials ongoing around the world targeting repair strategies.
Five men with complete paralysis were able to voluntarily generate step-like movements using new non-invasive electrical stimulation to their spinal cords.