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7.27.2017
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Do you ever feel overwhelmed with the pace of life? I’m sure most of us can answer "Yes" to this question. Candace, a paraplegic, sums it up like...
5.26.2017
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Dr. Dan is a psychologist and family therapist who has lived with a spinal cord injury for many years. He discusses how his relationship with his...
4.21.2017
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Pressure sores are a big concern for wheelchair users, particularly for individuals who have no sensation, like those with spinal cord injuries...
3.13.2017
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Many people with spinal cord injuries at the chest level and higher experience difficulty coughing and moving secretions. Dr. Spine of the...
12.15.2016
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“I have the best job ever because I get to cheer people up all day long!” These are the words of Galion, a therapy dog at Shepherd Center in Atlanta...
10.22.2016
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Power wheelchairs often have many available features that users can choose from when ordering. Here are some benefits of the elevate and stand...
3.5.2016
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Let’s face it – everyone gets older. And with aging, our bodies and minds change. People with spinal cord injuries know this all too well. Aging with...
9.9.2015
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Taking care of your skin is an absolute necessity. Avoiding pressure sores can seem daunting, but with the right routine and knowledge, you can make...
1.17.2015
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Autonomic dysreflexia (AD) is a serious condition that affects individuals with spinal cord injuries (typically those with a T6 level or higher...