International Spinal Cord Society
The International Society for those interested in the management of people with spinal cord injuries.
World Confederation of Physical Therapists
The Confederation is a non-profit organisation comprising 101 Member Organisations which, together, represent more than 300,000 physical therapists worldwide.
SCI skills pilot
This website details the results of a pilot project designed to compile video footage of people with SCI performing over 200 different motor tasks. The authors would appreciate feedback at this stage before they go on to shoot all the videos.
Bach Mai National Rehabilitation Center, Vietnam.
This video gives a brief introduction to the work of the Bach Mai National Rehabilitation Center in Vietnam, including causes of major SCI in Vietnam. Produced with the assistance of Irish Aid and Livability and Handicap International Vietnam.
Motivation is an international disability and development charity working in low-income countries to enhance the quality of life of people with mobility disabilities.
d-Ability.org is a place to explore and learn more about life\'s possibilities following a disabling injury or illness. This site provides links to the websites of people and organisations from across the world - people with a multitude of backgrounds, abilities, skills and experiences to offer.
The Centre of Evidence-Based Physiotherapy - Maastricht
The Centre for Evidence-based Physiotherapy aims to search, collect and disseminate available scientific evidence in the physiotherapy domain for physiotherapists, health care workers, patients and financiers of health care. It also have a great repository of all PT-related outcome measures.
This website enables users to search for exercises appropriate for people with spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions.
A database of resources related to all aspects of SCI management.
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Evidence (SCIRE)
This website covers a comprehensive set of topics relevant to SCI rehabilitation and community re-integration.