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Doctors are curing paralysis — and maybe Alzheimer’s is next
The conventional mantra was always that “nerves don’t regrow.”
But it is completely false. Nerves DO regrow.
So today I am going to talk about a success in regrowing nerves to fix paralysis — and how that may lead to a fix for Alzheimer’s.
Let’s begin with the fact that In the United States, over 5 million people live with paralysis.
Back injuries and damage to the spinal cord are leading causes of paralysis.
The spinal cord is one of the most complex regions of the body. After the brain, it is the most difficult part to heal.
Even with the great advances in medical technology, many believed that a cure for paralysis was decades away.
Recently however, scientists have made great strides in paralysis treatment in people with long-term spinal injuries.
These human trials took place at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and the Lausanne University Hospital in Switzerland. Nature Neuroscience published the results.
The researchers involved in these breakthroughs had been working on paralysis in animals for years.
And they recently published papers showing that they could cure paralysis in small mammals.
The research was based around spinal cord injuries. The spinal cord carries the nerves that are necessary to move muscles.
Damage to the spinal cord causes paralysis because it prevents the nervous system from sending messages from the brain.
“Spinal cord injury leads to severe locomotor deficits or even complete leg paralysis.”
The method used in the research involves taking electrical signaling from the spinal cord and sending them wirelessly to electrical stimulators further down the nervous system.
“We introduce targeted spinal cord stimulation neurotechnologies.”
The participants were suspended in a bodysuit attached to the ceiling during training sessions.
In these training sessions, the participants would make the intention to move the paralyzed limbs.
While this was taking place, the electrical stimulators would cause the paralyzed limbs to move.
“Using an implanted device, we caused stimulation to the spinal cord with timing that coincided with the intended movement.”
This type of training was repeated over multiple sessions. With every session, the movement improved.
The training allowed people to quickly regain some control over their paralyzed muscles.
“Within one week, this spatio-temporal stimulation had re-established adaptive control of paralyzed muscles during overground walking.”
Over a longer period, people gained more fine control over their paralyzed limbs.
“Locomotor performance improved during rehabilitation.”
Within a few months, the participants had regained a lot of control over their previously paralyzed limbs.
“After a few months, participants regained voluntary control over previously paralyzed muscles without stimulation.”
Participants regained the ability to walk or even cycle in natural environments.
“Patients could walk and cycle in ecological settings during spatio-temporal stimulation.”
All of the participants in the study showed significant improvement in a number of months.
The research proves that paralysis from spinal cord injuries can be cured using technological treatments.
“These results establish a technological framework for improving neurological recovery after spinal cord injury.”
For a long time, scientists believed that damage to the spinal cord could not be fixed.
More forward-thinking doctors believed that some treatments may be effective only if used immediately after the injury occurs.
But all of the people in this study had long-term paralysis lasting more than four years.
“The technology enabled voluntary control of walking in individuals who had sustained a spinal cord injury more than four years ago.”
The technology used in these treatments is very complex – as are the signals being sent from the brain to the rest of the body.
But with the right amount of help, the brain quickly learns how to take control of the body again.
The researchers had previously had great success in animal trials. Nevertheless, they were surprised at how effective this treatment was in humans.
In fact, the study indicates that the human nervous system is more adaptive than the nervous systems of the animals used in prior experiments.
The researchers found that the training methods consistently improved the health of the nervous system in the affected area.
Work has begun in bringing this technology into hospitals and clinics.
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating any health-related problems.
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