The nerve conduction studies that were performed by neuroscientists at UCLA and Harvard are being touted as a way to help people with spinal cord injuries recover and improve their mental health.
According to Dr. Eric Rosenblum, an NYU professor and founder of the NeuroSurgery Institute, the nerve conduct studies were a way for people with nerve damage to get better at using the technology and regain their independence.
The experiments were conducted by Rosenblums research group, which also studied brain injuries in patients with Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and autism.
Rosenblums group studied the brains of patients with spinal injuries.
He said the findings of the studies will be used to help improve the rehabilitation of people with the conditions.
“We are seeing the promise of this technology and it’s just the beginning,” Rosenblom said.
Rosters of the nerve-damaged have been studying the technology for more than a decade.
The studies were conducted in the early 2000s.
Now, they are being used by the U.S. Veterans Administration as well as in California and other places.
The nerve conference studies have been shown to have beneficial effects on people with brain injury and have been used as a diagnostic tool.
Rochelle Miller, an orthopedic surgeon who was the lead author on the study, said the research was a breakthrough for treating patients with the condition.
“When we’re looking for ways to improve rehabilitation, we need to know that our patients have the ability to control their movement, to move around,” Miller said.
Miller is the executive director of the Orthopedic Neurosurgery and Rehabilitation Institute.
She said studies are being conducted in several states in California to help patients understand the potential benefits of the technology.
“It is an exciting time for the neurosurgeons and neuroscientist community,” Miller added.
“There are a lot of potential uses for this technology that we can leverage.”
The research has been used in other countries including France, Australia, Germany, Italy and Britain.
In 2016, the U-M Health System received a grant to help with research in the United States.
Roderick Gee, an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the university, said he believes the studies are a valuable tool for people who are recovering from spinal cord injury.
“The study showed that it worked very well,” Gee said.
“It really has the potential to help our patients who are having issues with nerve conaction.”
Rosenbaum said he hopes the results of the study will help people who have the disease get better.
“I hope that the research will lead to better rehabilitation and help us all improve our ability to move,” Rosenbaum said.