Nerve rewiring means paralysed man can move hand to feed himself

Paralysed man can move hand to feed himself again after his nerves rewired in pioneering surgery Patient, now 71, became a quadraplegic in a car crash four years agoHealthy nerves were reconnected independently of spinal cord | UPDATED: 17:47 GMT, 15 May 2012 A paralysed man has regained the use of his hand after he had a pioneering operation to bypass damage to his spinal cord.

Six-year-old becomes successful model, despite only being able to speak through a computer

Six-year-old becomes successful model, despite only being able to speak through a computer Joshua Lindley may suffer from a disability which has left him paralysed and only able to speak through a computer, but he has not let his condition hold him back.