After three broken necks and countless surgeries, Kenneth Ryno eventually found his calling.
Working in his local SCI community, he saw a need and wanted to help address it.
What does Hayden think about the current state of wheelchair technology? We asked him.
Her injury led her to public speaking, and that helped her find her passion for public health and the purpose she had been lacking.
The accessibility case against Statue Cruises can move forward in court.
CMS exempts some power wheelchair components from competitive bidding.
United Spinal member Rob Wudlick had no idea he had a knack for advocacy, yet helped secure $6 million for SCI research.
Over 100 United Spinal members and advocates will advocate for the SCI/D community. Here’s how it has evolved.
When two of the largest health systems in Virginia announced they are collaborating to build a state-of-the-art rehabilitation hospital outside Richmond, no one had a bigger smile than Sharon Drennan, the executive director of the Virginia Chapter of United Spinal Association.
The Brain Injury Association of Louisiana hosted its 10th annual conference March 10-11 in Kenner, Louisiana, for a record turnout of 220 professionals, caregivers and SCI survivors.