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Spinal Cord Injury Journal

Updates and Advancements On Traumatic Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries

Topics: Advice & Tips , Accessibility & Adaptations
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | April 08, 2018

Wheelchair Travel Tips after a Life-Changing Spinal Cord Injury

When people travel, there often is a lot of planning, excitement, and apprehension involved leading up to the start of the trip. Activities that take ...

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Topics: Health & Exercise , Accessibility & Adaptations
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | April 03, 2018

How to Get a Great Wheelchair Workout at a Public Fitness Club

Not everyone has the luck of living by a perfectly accessible gym. After all, there are only a handful of them in the country. For the rest of us, we ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Sports & Activities , Traumatic Brain Injury , Events , Accessibility & Adaptations
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | March 23, 2018

The 4th Annual Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo

There are many benefits to staying physically active after sustaining a traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI). However, not all spinal cord injury ...

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Topics: Recovery & Rehabilitation , Accessibility & Adaptations
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | March 11, 2018

4 Adaptive Feeding Devices for Quadriplegics

Independent eating often can be a challenge for people with cervical spinal cord injuries (SCIs). This is a particularly challenging task ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Caregivers , Traumatic Brain Injury , Advice & Tips , Accessibility & Adaptations
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | March 02, 2018

How to Greet Someone in a Wheelchair

It's usually human nature to know how to greet a fellow human being. After all, we are of the same species, so we innately know how to communicate ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Traumatic Brain Injury , Advice & Tips , Accessibility & Adaptations
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | February 27, 2018

Stay Safe in Your Wheelchair: Self-Defense You Need to Know NOW

After a spinal cord injury (SCI), it can be quite common to feel vulnerable in your wheelchair. If you're used to being able-bodied, it is especially ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Survivor Stories & Inspiration , Accessibility & Adaptations
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | February 24, 2018

5 Wheelchair-Friendly Pools That Will Amaze You

Not too long ago, it seemed like a wheelchair-accessible pool was nearly impossible for people with spinal cord injuries (SCIs) to find. Nowadays, ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Traumatic Brain Injury , Advice & Tips , Accessibility & Adaptations
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | February 22, 2018

#It'sThatWheelKindofLove: Modifying a Wheelchair Accessible Home

Spinalcord.com contributor Jessika Kattah and her partner, Rey, recently made a big announcement. After four years, they are taking the next step ...

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Topics: Advice & Tips , Accessibility & Adaptations
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | February 19, 2018

6 Ways a Service Dog Can Help a Quadriplegic Be More Independent

Everyone loves a service animal. We’ve discussed the importance of service dogs before on SpinalCord.com. We know — just like all of you — how much a ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Traumatic Brain Injury , Accessibility & Adaptations
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | February 06, 2018

Flying with a Wheelchair: The Damage Needs to Stop

Flying has become one of the greatest dangers to wheelchairs for spinal cord injury (SCI) survivors. The social media accounts of wheelchair users ...

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