Stories of five wheelchair users who have found lasting professional happiness by pursuing their passions.
To remodel or not to remodel, that was the question; whether it is wiser to risk injury to life and limb, or spend outrageous fortune in the quest for safety and convenience.
Richard Holicky talks with aging wheelers to see what they’re doing to make sure their final years are golden ones.
When obstacles to everyday living pop up, creative imagination devises gizmos, gadgets and gimplements.
The risk of bladder cancer for people with spinal cord injuries is 15 times higher than that of the general population, but there are ways to even the odds.
Users are raving about Ottobock’s C-Brace, a new high-tech Knee/Ankle/Foot/Orthosis.
Keeping your lungs free of mucus could be the difference between staying healthy and staying in bed.
Environmental control units can be your friends, making life simpler and easier.
Just like everyone, she had doubts and fears after her spinal cord injury. But for actor Regan Linton, that identity crisis led to a career of role-playing — and it was on the stage that she discovered her true self.
Improved versions of three different types of lower body exoskeletons are in use at various rehab facilities across the United States and throughout Europe.