Eating well and working out are essential to good health — and this couldn’t be more true for people with SCI.
If there are no dogs in Heaven, I want to go where the dogs went.
Q. I’m 55, in my 30th year as a T6 para. I started exercising after a long layoff, overdid it and my right shoulder suddenly became very sore. I tried working through the pain, which made it worse. Transfers are painful and it hurts to push my chair or lift my arm above shoulder level. […]
Regan Shines What an incredible article about a very, very talented actor [“The Transformation of Regan,” May 2015]. I’ve taught and directed actors with disabilities for decades. Regan Linton is, by far, gifted with the most talent I’ve ever encountered. I came across her at a SAG/AFTRA meeting where her personality brightened the room. If […]
The first Accessible Yoga Conference will take place September 12-13 in Santa Barbara, Calif., and organizers are offering New Mobility readers a 10 percent discount. “The mission of the conference is to provide a forum where the yoga community can come together to connect, share and support those who wish to expand access to the yoga teachings […]
The Department of Labor wants all personal care workers to receive at least minimum wage and overtime. It seems only fair, but could it bring on more problems than solutions?
With benefits like improved self-esteem and confidence, studying martial arts is appealing to more and more wheelchair users.
Major depression can take you down and keep you down. But there are ways you can beat it.
Those of us with SCI know just how critical specialized rehab can be. Our fellow TBI survivors deserve the best treatment possible — sooner rather than later.