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Spine Injuries Archives

New research focuses on stabilizing enzyme for spinal repair

Anyone who has a spinal injury should be interested in medical advances that may help them in the future. At the end of August, the University of Oregon released an article about an enzyme that has been proven to help regrow nerve tissues that were damaged. The enzyme has worked well in animals, but it wasn't stable enough for human use.

Paired associative stimulation study shows promise for paraplegia

When there are changes that can help people with spinal cord injuries recover, it's always great news. A recent piece of research out of the University of Helsinki showed that simulating the motor nerves of the brain and limbs, also called paired associative stimulation, has promising results.

Reducing your risks of experiencing a spinal injury

While injuries are an inevitable part of life, certain types of injuries to specific parts of your body can be significantly more traumatic and life-changing. At Cok Kinzler PLLP, we are experienced in helping victims of serious injuries in Montana to work toward getting compensated, especially in cases where their injury was the result of someone else's negligent behavior. 

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