Spinal Cord Injury Journal

Updates and Advancements On Traumatic Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries

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Topics: Recovery & Rehabilitation , Traumatic Brain Injury
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | June 19, 2020

What to Expect When Recovering from Frontal Lobe Damage

Brain injuries of any kind can be frightening to deal with, whether it’s you or a loved one who has suffered such injury. It can be hard to adjust to ...

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Topics: Injury Support & Groups , Survivor Stories & Inspiration , Recovery & Rehabilitation
Vincent Dolan
Vincent Dolan | November 26, 2019

Kevin Mullin Joins the Spinal Cord.com Team as an SCI Specialist

We’re happy to announce that Kevin Mullin will be an expert contributor to spinalcord.com! We are very excited to have regular access to his ...

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If you have any questions at all about your spinal cord injury, coping strategies, treatment options, or legal issues regarding an SCI case, please contact us right away! The sooner you can get these questions answered, the better.

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Topics: Recovery & Rehabilitation , Health & Exercise
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | March 13, 2019

Craig Hospital’s World Renowned Ventilator-Weaning Program

One of the most difficult side-effects of a high-cervical spinal cord injury is losing the ability to breathe and requiring the use of a ventilator. ...

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Topics: Recovery & Rehabilitation , Traumatic Brain Injury
Carley Dole
Carley Dole | January 29, 2019

The Differences in Diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury

There is much debate around what makes a brain injury a brain injury and a concussion a concussion because of the similarities in symptoms, ...

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Topics: Research , Recovery & Rehabilitation , Education
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | January 16, 2019

An Overview of Chondroitinase to Treat Paralysis

There are a lot of avenues researchers are looking at when it comes to spinal cord injury research. You have more traditional research areas like ...

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Topics: Accidents , Recovery & Rehabilitation , Traumatic Brain Injury
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | January 15, 2019

A Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery Story to Provide Hope

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), among the most serious injuries you can sustain, are almost always caused by accidents. Brett, an avid bicyclist, ...

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Topics: Recovery & Rehabilitation , Advice & Tips
Tiffiny Carlson
Tiffiny Carlson | January 01, 2019

Seeing Yourself as Disabled After an SCI

One of the strangest things that occur after a spinal cord injury is the way you view yourself and how it changes. Before a spinal cord injury, we ...

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Topics: Treatment , Recovery & Rehabilitation , Advice & Tips
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | December 31, 2018

Spinal Cord Stimulator Problems That You Need to Know About

Although there are many pain management treatments available for chronic pain, spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is among the most commonly used method ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Recovery & Rehabilitation
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | December 13, 2018

Will Breathing Improve During Spinal Cord Injury Recovery

One of the biggest impediments to spinal cord injury recovery is the way the injury can impact respiratory function. The level of damage (whether the ...

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Topics: Spinal Cord Injury , Research , Recovery & Rehabilitation
Spinal Cord Team
Spinal Cord Team | December 11, 2018

Why Gene Signature Is Important to Spinal Cord Injury Outcomes

Although there is no “cure” for spinal cord injuries (SCIs), researchers continuously seek out new ways to create one through SCI research. Some of ...

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