We Are Praxis Spinal Cord Institute

Praxis is a Canadian-based not-for-profit organization that leads global collaboration in spinal cord injury research, innovation and care. We accelerate the translation of discoveries and best practices into improved treatments for people with spinal cord injuries.


Latest News

Keep up-to-date with the latest news and updates from Praxis.

Praxis Consumer Team’s Richard Peter is the Paralympic Athlete Ambassador for the Vancouver 2030 Winter Games Bid

Richard, who has multi-medal Paralympics experience in wheelchair basketball, is acting as the Paralympic athlete ambassador.
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Praxis Spinal Cord Institute adds four leaders to board

Praxis Spinal Cord Institute appoints four new members to the board of directors, bringing experience in finance, governance, community, and health care…
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Multiple Presentations at ISCoS 2022

Praxis is pleased to participate in this year’s in-person conference, sharing the latest research and developments from the Institute and our partners…
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World SCI Day 2022

The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) recognizes September 5th as Spinal Cord Injury Day. In honor of this day, Praxis CEO Bill…
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In conversation with Praxis SCI Incubate Cohort Member, NeuralDrive

NeuralDrive is a spin-out from research at Université de Montréal. The company is developing a neural interface to improve rehabilitation through neurostimulation…
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Key Initiatives + Resources


National SCI Registry: RHSCIR

Our Impact

At Praxis, we are driven by our vision of a world without paralysis after SCI. Since 2009, we have worked to make exceptional improvements in the health of people with SCI.


Co-Creating a National SCI Care Strategy

How Would You Like To Change The World?

Imagine improving the lives of millions of people around the world who live with a spinal cord injury.

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Imagine a world without paralysis after spinal cord injury.