A 10-year-old dachshund left paralyzed after he was hit by a car can walk again thanks to a ground-breaking study that could eventually have major implications for humans.
This topic doesn't belong here but what is amazing here is that the scientists used nasal mucosal cell injected into spinal fluid to revive other nerves. Olfactory ensheathing cells, unlike others in the central nervous system, are believed to regenerate the nervous system.
Not all experimental sample recovered but with more research, there is hope of restoring paralysed people to full recovery.
Here's my experience in restoring my doggy to perfect health after being paralysed:
My doggy chasing a cat fell and damaged her lower spinal column causing paralysis of lower back and hind legs. She could barely crawl using her forelegs. We tried 'normal medicines', nothing happened. Then we tried our traditional remedy which is hot mustard oil massage along the spine upwards towards the head every four hours. Often soaked her bottom parts of spinal column in hot oil. The oil was heated with garlic. The doggy recovered in about a week. I don't know the 'scientific' answer but I believe that pure mustard oil and garlic heated to boil and then cooled to just about tolerable temperature and vigorous massage with this oil restores / strengthens the nervous system. I don't know hows or whys; it just happens.