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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...
7.16.2015
“I was in the backseat of a Humvee that ran over an IED in Afghanistan. I was thrown out of the vehicle and injured my spine, and was immediately...
7.24.2015
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Robyn wasn’t going to sacrifice her love of food and cooking just because she became paralyzed after a spinal cord injury. “I come from a family of...
7.24.2015
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Robyn has great tips on cutting vegetables without finger mobility , and now she has more tips for cooking. She doesn’t rely on specialized...
7.27.2015
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“I wasn’t even planning on playing rugby,” Cody says. “I went down there not expecting to make it.” In one of the games, he ended up in an awkward...
7.27.2015
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What is it like transitioning home after spinal cord injury? Once Cody from New Zealand got through the first few months after his rugby injury,...
7.29.2015
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Without abdominal control or finger movement, putting on a shirt takes a little adjustment, but is completely possible. Meg's Movie Minute - Episode...
7.29.2015
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Eric Ting, a quadriplegic from Singapore, shares his insights on adjusting to life with paralysis for anyone new to it. “I can tell you, it’s not the...
7.29.2015
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When you’re out on the go and need to sign for a credit card, it’s handy to have a way to hold a pen without requiring a splint. Writing as a...
7.29.2015
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Eric, a quadriplegic without finger movement, demonstrates writing with a splint that holds the pen. Writing as a Quadriplegic with a splint “It’s a...