In the Press

An estimated 10,000 Australians live with a spinal cord injury - but data on their treatment and rehabilitation is scant. Now there's a push to set up a national registry, to follow patients' progress.
Spinal cord injury experts have lobbied the Federal Government to establish a national register tracking the treatment and condition of patients.
A team of tetraplegics epic hand-cycle quest to the roof of the world and back is due to be completed today. The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust of New Zealand and the Spinal Cord Injury Network of Australia are collaborating on the The Big Cycle to raise funds for spinal cord injury research.

In 2013, the Spinal Cord Injury Network joined forces with New Zealand's CatWalk Trust for "The Big Cycle" to raise $1 million for spinal cord injury research. As part of the fundraiser, Spinal Cord Injury Network CEO Dr Stephanie Williams, CatWalk Founder Catriona Williams and a team of fellow adventurers cycled across 10 Himalayan Range passes from Lhasa to Kathmandu.

Matthew Reeve's ran the City2Surf with the Spinal Cord Injury Network's charity and was a keynote speaker at the Network's  Connections 2012 Conference, an international conference of spinal cord injury researchers and health care professionals, as mentioned on Prime7.

Matthew Reeve's ran the City2Surf with the Spinal Cord Injury Network's charity and was a keynote speaker at the Network's  Connections 2012 Conference, an international conference of spinal cord injury researchers and health care professionals, as mentioned in SkyNews.

Matthew Reeve comes to Australia to speak at the Spinal Cord Injury Network's Connections 2012 Conference.

Matthew Reeve comes to Australia to speak at the Spinal Cord Injury Network's Connections 2012 Conference.

Matthew Reeve comes to Australia as a keynote speaker for the Spinal Cord Injury Network's Connections 2012 Conference.