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Monthly Archives: September 2006

Spinal patients body temp control difficult

PATIENTS with spinal cord injuries may be unable to maintain body temperature and heat while exercising in a cold or a warm Environment, Dutch...

Project Walk

Project Walk is a program dedicated to improving the lives of those who have sustained paralysis after suffering a devastating spinal cord injury. Through the...

Rehab Goes High-Tech

Just a few years ago, helping a stroke patient regain the ability to swallow was unheard of. It's just one way technology has taken...

Never enough friends

Giving back to a man who was once active in the community through FFA and 4-H, many friends and neighbors helped make it possible...

Finally, Buoniconti, Citadel reconcile

MIAMI — Marc Buoniconti's spinal cord was crushed on a college football field nearly 21 years ago. His relationship with the Citadel was severed...

Neck injury ends season for Bengals’ Pollack

CINCINNATI — The exact nature of David Pollack’s neck injury remains a bit of a mystery, but this much is true: The Bengals’ secondyear...

Study Finds Amendment 2 Will Benefit Hundreds of Thousands of Patients, Reduce Health Care...

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- A newly released study co-authored by a Missouri economist and a public policy expert found that voter approval...

New Recovery Gym For Spinal Cord Injury Patients

An injury to your spine can be devastating, leaving victims forever paralyzed, unable to walk, care for themselves or even breathe. But there's new hope...

Aiding hope for ‘normal’ life

Darren Templeton can't walk. So others will do it for him. The Kinnelon-Butler Optimist Club is sponsoring a 5K run/walk for Templeton, who injured his...

Recovery from spinal injury is a long road

Richard Travia has good attitude and family support When Richard Travia hit the beach one night last summer he found himself face to face...