Q. I’m 35, T8 paraplegic, and I’ve been having severe spasticity in my leg. It feels as if my sitting posture has become crooked. A set of X-rays show that my hip is chronically dislocated. My doctor recommended getting a Girdlestone procedure...
People with complete injuries are independently taking steps with epistim-activity based therapy.
If you are doing your bowel program less than three times a week, it is a good idea to discuss colon health with your physiatrist and/or your gastroenterologist — even if you are having good results.
Here is a look at some of the greatest innovations in mobility and seating that stood out at this year's International Seating Symposium.
When heterotopic ossification occurs in the acute stage of SCI, it most frequently happens within two months of injury. It can also occur years or decades later.
With its unique universal design, the Impossible Dream has fulfilled thousands of dreams on the open sea.
What if your wheelchair could tell you when it was going to need maintenance or when you needed a pressure release? Or what if it could drive you from point to point without you having to steer?
The Pyeongchang Paralympics run through March 18.
Q. At a recent SCI support meeting, I heard that long term use of an indwelling catheter causes permanent bladder shrinkage and that bladder spasms makes this worse. The discussion also brought up two equipment options. What can you tell me about these two products?