Saturday, 22 November 2014

Learn everything about Spinal Cord Injuries

Recognising the need to disseminate information about comprehensive management of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) took the initiative to develop, a web-based teaching and educational resource. specifically addresses the current lack of professional development opportunities for medical and paramedical professionals involved in SCI Management due to the limited access of up-to-date SCI training and learning materials/ resources. The content has been developed by 332 leading SCI professionals and educationists from around the world and reflects realities in both high and low resource settings. The content has been informed by the most up-to-date SCI research and as such will be of relevance to students, those new to the field of SCI and to SCI practitioners everywhere. The Asian Spinal Cord Network (ASCoN), Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC), Livability and the Lifetime Care and Support Scheme partnered with ISCoS to develop this resource, with financial support from Access to Health Care.


  1. I think that physical therapy can really be something that can change lives. They are able to help people get feeling better. I think that physical therapy is something that my brother would be really good at. Thanks for sharing this information!

  2. Two types Spinal injury treatments phase: acute and rehabilitation for injury time and stabilization is most important.A best physiotherapist can help to release the pain but it is a long process.