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  1. Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses
    The Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses section, formerly known as the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses, believes that spinal cord impairment and related disorders are multifaceted, catastrophic experiences for individuals that have implications for families, significant others and society as a whole.
  2. American Paraplegia Society
    Founded in 1954, the APS  is dedicated to improving the quality of medical care delivered to persons with Spinal Cord Impairment. APS is organized and functions exclusively for scientific and educational purposes.
    75-20 Astoria Blvd; Jackson Heights, New York 11370 USA
  3. American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA)
    345 E. Superior St., Room 1436; Chicago, Illinois 60611 USA
  4. Brain Foundation
    The Brain Foundation allocates funds to research and medical education for the treatment and prevention of neurological disorders.
    PO Box 579; Crows Nest, NSW 1585 Suite 21; Regent House; 37-43 Alexander Street; Crows Nest, NSW 2065 Australia
  5. Canadian Paraplegic Association
    Dedicated to assisting persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.
  6. Craig Hospital
    Caring Exclusively for Patients with Spinal Cord and Brain Injuries. Since 1956, Craig Hospital an 89-bed facility, has specialized in spinal cord injury and brain injury rehabilitation. Craig Hospital is designated by the federal government as the Rocky Mountain Regional Spinal Injury System, one of only 13 specially appointed regional facilities in the country.
    3425 S. Clarkson St.; Englewood, Colorado 80110 USA
  7. Canadian/American Spinal Research Organization
    The CSRO  / ASRO is dedicated to the improvement of the physical quality of life for persons with a spinal cord injury and those with related neurological deficits, through targeted medical & scientific research.
    120 Newkirk Road Unit #1; Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 9S7 Canada
  8. Determined2heal Foundation
    A 501(c)3 nonprofit formed by Josh Basile after suffering a C4-C5 spinal cord injury. The site's goal is to simplify the difficult transition families of newly injured patients will face when dealing with paralysis.
  9. espine.com
    eSpine.com is a website devoted to helping patients navigate the body of knowledge related to problems and treatment of spinal disorders.
  10. FacingDisability.com
    Facing Disability is a web resource with more than 1,000 videos drawn from interviews of people with spinal cord injuries, their families, caregivers and experts.
    737 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 1560, Chicago, IL, 60610 USA
  11. Helen Hayes Hospital
    Helen Hayes Hospital is one of the few rehabilitation hospitals in the tri-state area with the capability to care for ventilator-dependent patients. It is one of the many services which set us apart as a center of excellence in the management of spinal cord patients.
    Route 9W; West Haverstraw, New York 10993 USA
  12. Inspire
    The INSPIRE Foundation:- INtegrated SPInal REhabilitation.
    This charity exists to promote research into, and the development of, electronic, mechanical and medical aids to assist the mobility and enablement of people suffering spinal cord paralysis.
    Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre
    Salisbury District Hospital, Odstock, Wiltshire UK
  13. International Spinal Cord Regeneration Center
    PO Box 451; Bonita, California 91902 USA
  14. Magee Rehabilitation Hospital
    is the Philadelphia region's original provider of physical and cognitive rehabilitation. The not-for-profit health system provides lifetime rehabilitation and wellness programs for persons with disabilities including spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, and amputations. Magee is home to the first CARF-accredited brain injury rehabilitation program in the nation.
    1513 Race Street; Philadelphia, PA 19102-1177 USA
  15. National Spinal Cord Injury Association
    The NSCIA  is an interactive community providing information, referral and support for people living with spinal cord injury, their families and professionals.
    75-20 Astoria Blvd; Jackson Heights, NY 11370 USA
  16. NW Regional Spinal Cord Injury System
    University of Washington Spinal Cord treatment center.
  17. Paralinks
    The Electronic Magazine for People with Spinal Cord Injury. Life with wheelchairs and people who use them.
  18. Paralysis Project of America
    The mission of the Paralysis Project of America is to accelerate progress toward finding a cure for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury (SCI).
    Kilroy Center/LAX; 2250 East imperial Highway, Suite 200; El Segundo, California 90245 USA
  19. Paralyzed Veterans of America
    The PVA was formed following World War II to serve veterans with spinal cord injury or disease. This site is a resource center for all such veterans and for all Americans with a spinal cord injury or disease, as well as their families and the professional communities who serve them.
  20. ParaQuad NSW
    ParaQuad provides for people with a spinal cord injury or a similar disability, their families and carers.
    6 Holker Street; NEWINGTON NSW 2128
    Mail: PO Box 6347, SILVERWATER DC NSW 1811
  21. PN/Paraplegia News Magazine
    The News/Information Magazine for People with Mobility Impairments. PN/Paraplegia News covers the latest on spinal cord injury research, new products, legislation impacting people with disabilities, accessible travel, computer options, car/van adaptations, human-interest stories, news for veterans, and articles on housing, employment, health care, and all issues affecting wheelers and caregivers.
    PVA Publications; 2111 East Highland Avenue, Suite 180; Phoenix, Arizona 85016-4702 USA
  22. Rehabilitation Research and Development Center
    Department of Veteran's Affairs Palo Alto.
  23. Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation
    Provides comprehensive medical and vocational rehabilitation services for people with stroke, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, post-polio, mental retardation, learning, and other disabilities.
    Warm Springs, Georgia USA
  24. RVL S.C.O.R.E.
    The Spinal Cord Organization for Regaining Excellence  is a non-profit organization that assists paralyzed individuals.
    722 #2 223rd St. #2; Torrance, California 90502 USA
  25. SCI - Resource Guide
    resources available from the National Rehabilitation Information Center.
  26. SCI Info Pages - Spinal Cord Injury Information
    A free resource for those with a spinal cord injury or other disabling injury or disease of the spine. Provides health information associated with spinal cord injuries and contains related links with site descriptions.
  27. SCI Sexual Health Resource Site Information about changes in sexual health and fertility after brain and spinal cord impairment.
  28. Spinal Cord Injury
    Emerging Concepts. An NIH  Workshop.
  29. Spinal Cord Injury Network International (SCINI)
    Non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating access to quality health care by providing information and referral services to spinal-cord-injured individuals and their families.
    Information Center contains books, journals and clippings files; information sheets on a variety of topics relating to SCI; and a Video Lending Library.
    Web site offers news items, with links, on research, legislation and other topics.
    3911 Princeton Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95405-7013 USA
  30. Spinal Cord Injury Ontario
    FAQ about spinal cord injury for people with SCI and their families.
  31. Spinal Cord Injury Program
    The largest of the nation's 18 model spinal cord injury centers, Shepherd Center, serves people with all levels of SCI and seeks to return them to the highest level of functioning possible.
    Atlanta, Georgia USA
  32. Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center
    A vast amount of information helping to explain basic anatomy, physiology, and the complications resulting from a spinal cord injury.
  33. Spinal Cord Injury Resources
    maintained by Jim Lubin.
    Smiley Face A Must See Site!
  34. Spinal Cord Research Centre
    University of Manitoba  
    436 Basic Medical Sciences Bldg
    730 William Avenue; Winnipeg, Manitoba; R3E 3J7 Canada
  35. Spinal Cord Society
    The SCS,  founded in November 1978, is an organization of the spinal cord injured, their families and friends, and dedicated scientists and physicians who are aiming at the ultimate goal of a cure through improved treatment and research.
    Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56537 USA
  36. Spinal Network
    Comprehensive Guide to Independent Living with a Spinal Cord Injury.
  37. Spinal Research
    SR  is a leading charity based in the U.K, which is dedicated to funding research on an international scale with the sole aim of ending the permanence of paralysis caused by spinal cord injury
    Bramley Business Centre; Station Road; Bramley; Guildford GU5 0AZ UK
  38. TBI-SCI Projects
    Home page for the federally-funded spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury model system projects.
    Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
    950 S. Bascom Ave., Suite 2011; San Jose, California 95128 USA
  39. The Healthy Gimp
    An information and self-help guide for persons with a disability or spinal cord injury.
    1141 Dunham Street; Kingston, Ontario Canada K7P-2L5
  40. The SPINALCORD injury information network
    is a growing collection of SCI resources and links to information developed by nationally recognized organizations. Site is frequently updated.
    UAB Model SCI System; Office of Research Services; 619 19th Street South, SRC 529; Birmingham, Alabama 35249-7330 USA
  41. Neurosurgery at the University of Florida
    Department of Neurosurgery; University of Florida; Box 100265; Gainesville, Florida 32610-0265 USA
  42. United Spinal Association
    United Spinal Association, formerly Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association, is a nonprofit that provides information and services to individuals with spinal cord injury and disease regarding benefits, disability rights advocacy, wheelchairs and barrier-free design.
    75-20 Astoria Boulevard; Jackson Heights, New York 11370 USA
  43. Uppertone For Quads
    Rehabilitation Systems for Quadriplegics.
    UPPERTONE allows C4-C5 and below, quadriplegia (tetraplegia) due to spinal injury to do sixteen upper body exercises without any assistance or cuffs.
    GPK Inc.
    535 Floyd Smith Drive; El Cajon, CA 92020, USA

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