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Useful Spinal Cord Injury Directories

Disability & Spinal Cord Injury Directories include links to an assortment of helpful lists and directories.

1. Spinal Cord Injury Related Lists & Directories

1.1. Disability Products & Services Directories

United Spinal Disability Products & Services Directory

United Spinal Association Disability Products & Services Directory is a convenient and easy way to discover providers and organizations that specialize in optimizing the health, independence and quality of life of people with a spinal cord injury or disease. The Guide can be viewed by type of products or services, by state location, or by a focused search. With over 600 entries, the Disability Products & Services Directory offers sources that may be useful for persons with a spinal cord injury / disease, or many other disabilities. Go To The Directory

RESNA Database Of Certified Assistive Technology Professionals

The ATP certification recognizes demonstrated competence in analysing the needs of consumers with disabilities, assisting in the selection of appropriate assistive technology for the consumers' needs, and providing training in the use of the selected devices. Go To The Directory

Find A Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Dealer Near You

NMEDA maintains a searchable database of wheelchair accessible vehicle dealers. Whether you are living with a disability, caring for a loved one in need or looking to regain your freedom and live a more mobile lifestyle, the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) can help you find the perfect Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle for your specific needs. View The Database

Search AbleData

AbleData maintains a premier database for unbiased, comprehensive information on products, solutions and resources to improve productivity and ease life’s tasks. AbleData is maintained for the Department of Health & Human Services' (HHS) National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) by New Editions Consulting. View The Database

1.2. Spinal Cord Injury Research & Clinical Trial Lists

Spinal Cord Injury Studies At Shepherd Center

Shepherd Center maintains a listing of their ongoing studies and research in various aspects of spinal cord injury. View The List

Spinal Cord Injuries Clinical Trials

CenterWatch maintains a listing of Spinal Cord Injury medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. You can search for the closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area. View The List

What Research Is Being Done

Scientists continue to investigate new ways to better understand and treat spinal cord injuries. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes has assembled a listing of the different types of spinal cord injury related research being done. This is not a listing of specific research programs. Rather, it describes in detail the various types of research that have been undertaken. View The List

Mayo Clinic Spinal Cord Injury Research Program

Studies and clinical trials focus on neurorecovery, health and wellness for people with spinal cord injuries, secondary complications such as shoulder strain, epidemiology, and spinal bifida. The Spinal Cord Injury Research Program develops new ways to help people with paralysis regain motor function, incluiding edpidural stimulation or use of robotic leg braces. View The Information

Interested In Joining A Study?

From The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, a list of things to know if you are considering volunteering for a clinical study. While it’s certainly exciting to see promising research advance to human trials, it is important to understand how clinical studies are conducted and what is expected of participants prior to signing up. To ensure you are prepared to volunteer as a research candidate, please review the below guidelines and information from the Reeve Foundation and our partners. View The Information

U.S. National Library of Medicine Spinal Cord Injury Trials

The U.S. National Library of Medecine's ClinicalTrials.gov website maintains a database of a large number of Spinal Cord Injury studies. The information includes studies that are in the early stages and not yet recruiting to completed studies. The database can be searched by topic, map, or focused details. View The Database