Clinical jobs providers and industry leaders will be among the attendees at the Paralysed Veterans of America's (PVA's) Summit 2011 in September.
The event, which will run from September 16th to 18th in Orlando, aims to explore and implement new strategies to improve care for individuals with spinal cord injuries.
Set to focus on knowledge sharing and skill building, the summit will also investigate advancing milestones in treatments and cures, as well as innovative research.
Lana McKenzie, associate executive director of Medical Services and Health Policy for PVA, suggested that the conference was a chance for clinicians to make advancements in an "often overlooked" area of medicine.
"PVA has a long track record of helping to change lives and build brighter futures for all people who live with spinal cord injury and related diseases, such as multiple sclerosis," she added.
Earlier this year, PVA president Bill Lawson urged the US government to protect services for veterans from political interference.