A small group of dedicated paralyzed individuals is poised to use a unique combination of medical research and mechanical advancements to create a therapy that could help people with spinal cord injury regain the ability to stand and walk. SCI Research Advancement, lead by founder Will Ambler, will initiate testing of an exoskeleton assisted walking device combined with electrical stimulation of the central nervous system. This combination, non-surgical treatment has the potential to restore lost movement and function, thereby changing traditional medical dogma. Spinal cord injury is now considered permanent and leads to a life lived from a wheelchair. This can change to recovery and restoration with a successful treatment. This GoFundMe campaign has been established to raise the funds needed to acquire the exoskeleton.
Any donation is greatly appreciated and will help make an impact. If you are unable to contribute, we would be grateful if you shared our link and video with your friends and family.
Thanks in advance for your time and contribution.
- Melanie Modlin
- Julie Drewes
- William Gallivan, Jr., M.D.
- Tom Palmer
- Yoli Troncoso
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