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A specialized RIC program for people who have sustained a spinal cord injury in the past to obtain the latest developments in rehabilitation including a comprehensive medical evaluation and a care management update.
Specialized RIC treatment programs for men with spinal cord injury who are experiencing problems in the areas of sexual functioning and reproduction.
Spasticity is an abnormal increase in muscle tone (tension) caused by damage to the nerve system that regulates muscle activity.
Spina Bifida is a neural tube defect that occurs when the infant spine fails to close during the first months of pregnancy.
An injury to the spine may cause the bones around the spinal cord to break and press against the spinal cord, which can damage the nerves, affecting movement and sensation.
A procedure performed for diagnostic purposes or pain management. The procedure involves injecting a local anesthetic into the area of a nerve (sometimes with a corticosteroid).
Soft tissue injuries from a sore back to an injured knee can benefit from care at RIC's Spine & Sports Rehabilitation Center (SSRC).
RIC helps more people recover from strokes than almost any other hospital in the nation. Please click the term to the left for more information on the RIC Stroke Rehabilitation Program.
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