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Living with spinal cord injury presents a multitude of challenges - from maintaining health to achieving maximal independence. Addressing these challenges entails collaborative research, educational outreach, and training of professionals in research and care. Our ultimate goal is to develop ways to fully restore individuals with spinal cord injury to their pre-injury levels of function, activity, and quality of life.
 
The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Group (SCI SIG) is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association. The mission of the SCI SIG is to optimize rehabilitation and maximize participation of persons with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D) as active members of their communities. The SCI SIG is comprised of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students in physical therapy programs who share knowledge and expertise, ...
 
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In this episode, we talk to Emily Fox, PT, DPT, PhD and Kate Cavka, PT, DPT, NCS about respiratory rehabilitation and diaphragm pacing after spinal cord injury and their recent paper in the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy titled “Diaphragm Pacing and a Model for Respiratory Rehabilitation After Spinal Cord Injury.” The Spinal Cord Injury Spe…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jonathan (JT) Tsay, PT, DPT and Nayo Hill, PT, DPT, PhD about their experiences pursuing both a DPT and a PhD. The Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuropt.org. Transcription of this podcast can be found here: https://app.box.com/s/dchru2gu7j0fkqt57mnuy…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jonathan (JT) Tsay about his recent paper: Tsay JS, Winstein CJ. Five features to look for in early-phase clinical intervention studies. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2021;35:3-9. The Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuropt.org. Transcription of this pod…
 
Fast Takes – Episode 14 Read the transcription Welcome to a Fast Takes #WomenInScience podcast honoring the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Celebrated on February 11th, this United Nations initiative recognizes the critical role of women and girls in science and technology communities and calls for strengthening of their participat…
 
Fast Takes – Episode 10 View the transcript In this episode, Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, Director for the Center for Spinal Cord Injury Research and the Center for Outcomes and Assessment Research at Kessler Foundation talks about his latest peer-reviewed article “Patterns of cognitive deficits in persons with spinal cord injury as compared with both …
 
Fast Takes – Episode 9 View the transcript Funding sources for this study is the Derfner Foundation, Kessler Foundation, and the National Institute on Disability Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (90SI5011) For more information about this study, check out the press release on our website or the abstract. Read more about Dr. Dyson-Hudso…
 
In this episode, we talk to Kristin Musselman, BSc, BscPT, MSc, PhD about reactive balance after SCI and the results of the recent paper: Chan K, Lee JW, Unger J, Yoo J, Masani K, Musselman K. Reactive stepping after a forward fall in people living with incomplete spinal cord injury or disease. Spinal Cord. 2020;58:185-193. The Spinal Cord Injury S…
 
My Life As A Research Assistant: Jonathan Augustine on Outcomes in Spinal Cord Injury Research Read the transcript *** Originally recorded on June 9, 2016, updated September 8, 2020. *** *** Jonathan was promoted from research assistant to senior research technician in 2019.*** Welcome to our podcast series, “My Life As A Research Assistant”. This …
 
My Life As A Research Assistant: Tiara Brown on Helping Inform the Public on Research Studies Read the transcript. *** Originally recorded on March 29, 2016, updated August 10, 2020.*** *** Currently, Tiara is a clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Fairleigh Dickinson University.*** Welcome to our podcast series, “My Life As A Research Assista…
 
*** Originally recorded on July 22, 2016, updated June 17, 2020. *** *** Mr. Canton is currently a MD/MS candidate at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine poised to graduate in May 2021.*** Read the podcast transcript. Research assistants are on the front lines of our research studies—collecting data, conducting interviews, testing subje…
 
In this episode, we talk to Milap Sandhu, PT, PhD about Acute Intermittent Hypoxia and drug-induced neuromodulation and the results of his recent paper: Sandhu MS,Gray E, Kocherginsky M, Jayaraman A, Mitchell GS, Rymer WZ. Prednisolone pretreatment enhances intermittent hypoxia-induced plasticity in persons with chronic incomplete spinal cord injur…
 
In this episode, we continue our conversation with Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis as we chat about behavior change theory: the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) , the Behavior Change Wheel, and why the Transtheoretical Model of Change is old news. The Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – w…
 
In this episode of DiSCIS, we talk to Dr. Kathleen Martin Ginis about her paper: Hoekstra F, McBride CB, Borisoff J, Fetterly MJ, Ginis S, Latimer-Cheung AE, Ma JK, Maffin J, Mah L, West CR, Willms R, Martin Ginis KA. Translating the international spinal cord injury exercise guidelines into community and clinical practice guidelines: a Canadian evi…
 
In this episode of Discussions in Spinal Cord Injury Science (DiSCIS), we interview Carey Holleran, PT, DHS, NCS and George Hornby, PT, PhD about their recent publication: Hornby TG, Reisman DS, Ward IG, et al. Clinical practice guideline to improve locomotor function following chronic stroke, incomplete spinal cord injury, and brain injury. J Neur…
 
In this episode of Discussions in Spinal Cord Injury Science (DiSCIS), we interview Candy Tefertiller, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS about Transcutaneous Electrical Spinal Cord Stimulation. For more information, refer to: Taccola G, et al. And yet it moves: recovery of volitional control after spinal cord injury. Prog Neurobiol. 2018;160:64-81. The Spinal Cord…
 
In this episode of Discussions in Spinal Cord Injury Science (DiSCIS), Rachel Tappan, PT, DPT interviews Dr. Monica Perez, Scientific Chair of Arms and Hands Lab at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab in Chicago. The discussion focuses on neuromodulation and Dr. Perez’s work. For further reading, check out: Christiansen L, Perez MA. Targeted-plasticity in…
 
“The likelihood that you and your family will recover from and emergency tomorrow depends on the planning and preparation done today“ In this Spinal Cord Injury Grand Rounds podcast, Robin Bischoff, Nurse Manager of the Spinal Cord Injury Unit at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation presented “UH-OH, The Sky is Falling: Emergency Preparedness for P…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Day 2, Session 4 – Supporting Sexuality presented by Lauren Varriale Learn about positioning, technologies, and strategies to enable safe and satisfying sexual activity after SCI. Listen to all of the conference podcasts at soundcloud.com/kesslerfoundation/sets/201…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Day 2, Session 3 – Opening the Door: Strategies for Talking about Sexuality presented by Mitchell Tepper, PhD, MPH, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator and Counselor. To find out more about sexuality and disability, and additional opportunities to learn from Dr. Te…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Day 2, Session 2 – Our Perspective: Panel Discussion with People with SCI and their Partners Hear from people with SCI and their loved ones who experienced rehabilitation at Kessler about the questions they had post-injury and lessons they have learned over time ab…
 
Day 2, Session 1 – Facilitating the Process of Sexual Self-Discovery presented by Mitchell Tepper Discuss the multi-faceted nature of human sexuality and how SCI affects sexual functioning and the experience of sex. Join us to learn more about intimacy, sex, dating, long-term relationships, parenting and family life. Spinal cord injury is life-chan…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Session 5 – Family Life a panel discussion Hear stories and real-world advice from people with SCI about having children biologically or through adoption, parenting, and fulfilling other important family roles after SCI. Join us to learn more about intimacy, sex, d…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Session 4 – Love and Caregiving Carol Gibson-Gill, MD, MSCS, VHA-CM, Chief, Spinal Cord Injury and Disorders Services (128), Director, ALS Program Joyce Williams, LCSW, MSCS, Spinal Cord Injury/Disorders Service, Veterans Affairs New Jersey Health Care System Learn…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Session 3 – Dating and Long-Term Relationships After SCI a Panel Discussion Get advice on getting back into dating, finding a long-term relationship, and deepening bonds with loved ones from peers with SCI and their partners. Join us to learn more about intimacy, s…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Session 2 – Enabling Sexuality: Positioning and Assistive Technology Learn strategies, technologies, and practical tips to help you have both safe and satisfying sex after SCI. Presented by Lauren A. Varriale, MS OTR/L, Occupational Therapist, S.T.A.R.S. - Sports T…
 
Welcome! Join us to learn more about intimacy, sex, dating, long-term relationships, parenting and family life. Spinal cord injury is life-changing. Much of the focus of rehabilitation care is on the medical and functional aspects of life with SCI, with less attention paid to the profound effects that SCI has on the dynamics of one’s relationships.…
 
2019 SCI Conference “Connections: Sexuality & Relationships After Spinal Cord Injury Keynote – "Stop, Focus, and Connect: an Introduction to the Formula for Creating or Strengthening Intimate Relationships", presented by Mitchell Tepper, PhD, MPH, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator and Counselor Learn how to regain a satisfying intimate life after…
 
The Discussions in Spinal Cord Injury Science (DiSCIS) interview with Andrew Smith, PT, DPT, PhD is about his 2018 study, "Lateral Corticospinal Tract Damage Correlates with Motor Output in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury." Click here for Smith AC, Weber KA, O'Dell DR, Parrish TB, Wasielewski M, Elliott JM. Lateral corticospinal tract damage correlat…
 
Welcome to Kessler Foundation’s 2019 Evening of Discovery and Discussion. A panel discussion about our transcutaneous and epidural stimulation research. Joining us this evening is panel moderator Steve Adubato, PhD, our distinguished panelist Gail Forrest, PhD, Director of Kessler Foundation’s Center for Spinal Stimulation, Steven Kirshblum, MD, Ke…
 
Welcome to a Kessler Foundation Spinal Cord Injury Grand Rounds podcast featuring guest speakers Sarah Lusto, PT, ATP, ATC, Clinical Specialist Physical Therapist, Keara McNair, OTR/L, BCPR, Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist, Carly Miller, PT, DPT, Senior Physical Therapist all from Kessler Institute For Rehabilitation, West Orange, New Je…
 
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