It's called the NeuroBridge, and this new device for SCI skips the neural system to connect directly to the brain to move paralyzed limbs.
When a massive tornado strikes a town, where does a person in a wheelchair take shelter during the onslaught? Ask this hero.
Paralysis in her 50's didn't keep ping-pong player extraordinaire Cindy Ranii from competition—she's now shooting for the 2016 Paralympics.
If all goes as planned, a paralyzed teen will use a mind-controlled exoskeleton to kick off soccer's 2014 World Cup in Brazil!
Some people with paralysis are making extraordinary strides using the functional electrical stimulation bike. Come along for the ride!
With the help of Shepherd Center's therapy dogs, Christian Maynard can now lift weights, work out, and stand up after spinal cord injury.
Sam Bridgman, who has Friedreich's ataxia, left his wheelchair and, with the help of trainers, walked across the stage to receive his college diploma.
Jasper the dachshund had paralyzed back legs from a spinal cord injury until he received a nose-cell transplant, and now, he's running all over the place!
A paralyzed Olympic athlete walks down the aisle with a Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) to get her to the altar, where she said "I do."
The 2012 Great Sports Legends Dinner honored Shaq and others, raising almost $18 million for the Buoniconti Fund and the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.