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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...
9.3.2015
Managing heat with MS comes with its own complications due to the effects of the demyelination of the nerves and how it impairs the body’s ability to...
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...
9.10.2015
Being newly diagnosed with MS or Multiple Sclerosis can lead to many questions and fears, especially if you don’t have any experience with the...
9.10.2015
Here are a few tips that not only enhance your safety, but also will make your life a little easier at home. Bathroom Safety Issues In the bathroom,...
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...
10.14.2016
In the United States, there are currently between 240,000 and 337,000 people living with some type of spinal cord injury. These injuries most often...
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...
11.4.2016
There’s no doubt that an injury can change perceptions about so many things. One perception that Georgina’s injury changed for her was her body image...
12.9.2016
Pressure sores are a very serious threat for people with spinal cord injuries and other medical conditions where body movement is limited. Sores can...