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Brain Surgery shouldn't be scary, says UK Pediatric Neurosurgeon

 March 14, 2018 | Making the Rounds | Neurology and neuroscience | by UK HealthCareMeet Dr. Brandon Miller, a pediatric neurosurgeon at UK HealthCare. He treats patients of all ages who have brain and spine...

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UK Multidisciplinary Team Presents First of its Kind Protocol for Traumatic Brain Injuries in Equine Sports in Berlin

Equestrian sports contributes to the highest percentage of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) in sports, based on findings in the National Trauma Databank. Multiple concussions and head trauma can have long-term...

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UK Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Helps Young Athlete Regain Abilities

Adam Stickney has lived almost the entire 22 years of his life on the ice with a hockey stick in his hands. The self-described “adrenalin junkie” has always loved sports and says that anything that gets his...

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Researcher Preps Paraplegic to "Walk Again" during World Cup Kick Off

A paraplegic Brazilian will signal the start of the 2014 World Cup on June 12 with a miraculous movement. Suited in a futuristic exoskeleton developed by researchers part of the Walk Again Project, the young...

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Center for Health Services Research Launches Website, Invites Membership Applications

The University of Kentucky Center for Health Services Research (CHSR), which serves as a connector, catalyst and creator at UK and UK HealthCare, announces the launch of its new website and seeks membership...

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Posted - Sep 5Read More

UK professor's 40-second demonstration during the World Cup

Dr. Lumy Sawaki cried as she watched one of her patients, who has no motor or sensory function, take a first step. But it wasn't a normal step. The patient was wearing a helmet and a full-body, robotic...

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Posted - Aug 28Read More

UK Researcher Prepares Paraplegic Patient to "Walk Again" during Kick Off to 2014 World Cup

With an anticipated 1 billion soccer fans around the world watching, a paraplegic Brazilian will signal the start of the 2014 World Cup on June 12 with a miraculous movement. Suited in a futuristic exoskeleton...

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Posted - Jun 10Read More