Topic and Author(s)

Study Title

Journal Reference

Bracken et al. (1998)*

Methylprednisolone or tirilazad mesylate administration after acute spinal cord injury: 1-year follow up. Results of the third National Acute Spinal Cord Injury randomized controlled trial.

Journal of Neurosurgery 89(5): 699-706

Petitjean et al. (1998)

Medical treatment of spinal cord injury in the acute stage.

Annales Francaises d Anesthesie et de Reanimation 17(2): 114-122

Segal et al. (1998)

Methylprednisolone disposition kinetics in patients with acute spinal cord injury.

Pharmacotherapy 18(1): 16-22

Xiong et al. (1998)

Manipulation for cervical spinal dislocation under general anesthesia: Serial review for 4 years.

Spinal Cord 36(1): 21-24

Alternative Therapy

Wong et al. (2003)

Clinical trial of acupuncture for patients with spinal cord injuries.

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 82(1): 21-27

Zemper et al. (2003)

Assessment of a holistic wellness program for persons with spinal cord injury.

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 82(12): 957-968

Diego et al. (2002)

Spinal cord patients benefit from massage therapy.

International Journal of Neuroscience 112(2): 133-142

Dyson-Hudson et al. (2001)*

Acupuncture and Trager psychophysical integration in the treatment of wheelchair user’s shoulder pain in individuals with spinal cord injury.

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 82(8): 1038-1046

Honjo et al. (2000)*

Acupuncture on clinical symptoms and urodynamic measurements in spinalcord-injured patients with detrusor hyperreflexia.

Urologia Internationalis 65(4): 190-195



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