Changes to bladder, bowel, and sexual functions after a traumatic spinal cord injury are common, affecting upwards of 80-90% of SCI survivors. However, that doesn’t automatically mean that these changes will cause you to miss out on experiencing all that life has to offer.
In this resource, we identify and outline:
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