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"Paralyzed Limbs Regain Movement with Unique Surgery," KPBS Evening Edition, Feb. 2013

Paralysis can result from a disease of the muscle, or from an injury to nerves, the spinal cord, or the brain. It can affect a small or large area, just one side of the body, and can be permanent or temporary.

Our physicians have expertise in restoring movement and function for individuals living with paralysis due to brain, spinal cord injury and nerve disorder. They correct facial nerve disorders, restore function following a stroke, and enhance walking abilities.

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bullet Spinal Cord

Spinal cord injuries often result in severe paralysis that affects the ability to move. Nerve transfers, tendon transfers and spinal cord stimulation are important methods for recovering movement in the limbs after a spinal cord injury.

bullet Brain

Our team specializes in restoring movement in people who have hemiparesis as a result of strokes, brain tumors, birth defects, and head trauma.

bullet Nerve

Using leading-edge surgical techniques, our specialists are able to quickly and accurately treat pain and paralysis resulting from nerve injury and nerve tumors.

Research News

Clinical Trial Evaluates Safety of Stem Cell Transplantation in Spine

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have launched a clinical trial to investigate the safety of neural stem cell transplantation in patients with chronic spinal cord injuries.

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