Six months after flap surgery, my journey toward a new day is almost realized.
I needed someone who could navigate within the system. I needed a case manager who could also be a patient advocate.
Our health care complex can be a swirling black hole, but there is good news.
New research shows the technology's potential to treat chronic hypotension
Ian Andersen rode 15,000 miles on his bike to raise funds for the United Spinal Association.
Why should we care about helping the Charlottesville terrorist's quadriplegic mother? Because #LoveConquersHate.
The North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium hopes to establish a unified voice.
Twenty-seven years post injury, Fordham says it's not sad that he's disabled. But try telling that to a pitying nurse.
I co-founded The Recovery Project to help me and others with SCI/D. My recovery is still ongoing.