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.
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.
The participating research teams at the Universities of Michigan, Minnesota, and Utah have created a study to examine how patients feel about their bladder management options.
United Spinal partner MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital is looking for participants in a study on the prevention of urinary symptoms.
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.
Urinary Symptoms Questionnaire for People With Neuropathic Bladder (USQ-NB). Participate in questionnaire to help track your urinary symptoms and assist with starting treatment.
You are invited to participate in this research project to develop smartphone apps for wheelchair users. This study is being conducted at the University of Pittsburgh. You may attend one or multiple focus group meetings [...]
This month’s survey is looking at the experience of meeting people post injury especially about the online dating experience for individuals living with spinal cord injury. Online dating has become so popular in the recent [...]
This month's survey is looking at your health care insurance and if it provides everything you need to live a healthy life. If not, what are the things you feel you would benefit from receiving [...]