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Monthly Archives: August 2009

‘You’ve got to keep going’

Jill Mason embodies challenges, successes of people living with spinal-cord injuries One of the annoying things about life with two paralyzed legs is time, Jill Mason said. It takes hours to get up, to shower, dress...

Understanding Spinal Injury – Complete and Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

In the evaluation of spinal injuries, they are often classified as complete or incomplete injuries. Traditionally, a complete spinal cord injury meant that there was no motor or sensory function below the level of...

Finding the right connection after spinal cord injury

In a major step in spinal cord injury research, scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have demonstrated that regenerating axons can be guided to their correct targets and re-form...

Patients With Spinal Cord Injuries Go Sailing

DENVER (CBS4) ― Craig Hospital patients took their rehabilitation outside on Friday for "Hobie Day." It was a chance for people with spinal cord injuries to show what they've accomplished on a visit to Cherry...