Tune In - Watch the Opening of the Tim and Caroline Reynolds Center for Spinal Stimulation
During the challenging and uncertain times in which we find ourselves, please know that all of us at Kessler Foundation express our deep concern for you and your family and wish you peace and good health.
We are truly grateful for your commitment to rehabilitation research and employment for people with disabilities. You can learn about the impact of your support by tuning in tomorrow, March 25, for a half-hour special on One-on-One with Steve Adubato at 7 PM on NJTV, and at 12:30 AM on WNET/Thirteen, which was recorded at the January 24 opening of the Tim and Caroline Reynolds Center for Spinal Stimulation at Kessler Foundation.
Recordings will be available on our YouTube channel tonight at 7:30 PM.
The Tim and Caroline Reynolds Center for Spinal Stimulation at Kessler Foundation explores two groundbreaking treatments for recovery after spinal cord injury: transcutaneous stimulation and epidural stimulation. In initial studies, these treatments, along with physical therapy, have restored function for people with paralysis.
Kessler Foundation aims to implement findings into clinical practice—at Kessler Institute, throughout New Jersey, and around the world. The impact is profound: people with spinal cord injury are getting their lives back.
Tune in tomorrow at 7 PM on NJTV, and at 12:30 AM on WNET/Thirteen.
P.S. You can advance this life-changing work by providing critical funds to further study spinal stimulation. Your support will enable our scientists to better understand, develop, and disseminate research-proven spinal stimulation treatments. Your gift today will change the future.