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Program, Services & Patients

You want to recover what’s most important in your life — be it mobility, independence or walking again. Together we reach for those goals.

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SCI Recovery Program

See what sets us apart from other rehabilitation hospitals and why our outcomes for spinal cord injury patients are exceptional.

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SCI Specialty Services

Our wide array of services, many available only here at Shirley Ryan 嫩B研究院, will help you and your family navigate your recovery.

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Brad's Story: Back on the Bike

Brad Baker is a leading flat track racer. On July 22, he sustained a SCI at Minneapolis X Games. His recovery at 嫩B研究院 has brought him back to the bike.

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SCI Patient Stories & News

How We Heal

Our integrated team of physicians, nurses, therapists, researchers and case managers understand the most complex injuries. They create programs for each patient – tailored to your individual goals. Therapy may take place in one or several ability labs.


Science-Driven Care

With hundreds of clinical studies under way — several specifically dedicated to improving recovery from damage to the vertebrae and spinal cord — we offer you access to the world’s most advanced research, which can directly impact your recovery.

Assistive & Rehabilitation Robotics Lab

We incorporate robotics autonomy and intelligence into assistive machines to support people with motor impairments.

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Clinical Trials and 嫩B研究院 Studies

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acute intermittent hypoxia

A Multi-Center Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Intermittent Hypoxia Therapy in Individuals with SCI

A study to investigate the effectiveness of daily acute intermittent hypoxia therapy (dAIH), coupled with a massed practice intervention or the use of high repetition training.

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Locomotor function following transcutaneous electrical spinal cord stimulation in individuals with hemiplegic stroke

This study is looking for persons who have had a stroke to determine if spinal stimulation helps improve walking ability.

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Repetitive Acute Intermittent Hypoxia for Spinal Cord Repair

This research is being conducted to study the effects of breathing low oxygen air (hypoxia) and exercise training on recovery of upper limb (arms and hands) and lower limb (legs) function in people with spinal cord injury.

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Our Clinicians

Our doctors, therapists and scientists are leaders in their fields. We bring together these experts with the most advanced medical research and technology to give you superior care and the greatest chance for your best outcome.

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