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Monthly Archives: February 2015

NeuroRecovery Training Institute Founder Andrea Behrman Featured in Louisville’s Courier-Journal

Story Features Behrman's Pediatric Locomotor Training Prorgram; NeuroRecovery Training Institute Offering Pediatric Locomotor Training Course in August The NeuroRecovery Training Institute (NeuroRTI) is proud to...

‘I will fight this fight’: Highland mayor hopes to walk again after spinal-cord injury

Highland Mayor Joe Michaelis recalls hitting each step. “It seemed like the fall lasted forever,” Michaelis said of falling down the basement stairs of his...

Magee Rehabilitation Hospital Receives $300,000 Grant for Spinal Cord Injury Medical Home

Awarded by the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, this grant supports the creation of a Specialized Medical Home, providing proactive support for, and improving the...

Spinal cord injury and SSD benefits

Between 12,000 and 20,000 people will sustain spinal cord injuries this year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Another 200,000 people,...

New wheel design for manual wheelchairs eases physical strain for users

Rev1 wheels reduce the risk of injury for manual wheelchair users After fracturing his leg and learning how difficult it was to maneuver a traditional...

Jablonski Moving Forward, Three Years after Spinal Cord Injury

Jack Jablonski isn't letting a life-altering spinal cord injury get in the way of achieving his dreams. He's 19 years old now and just last month he started college at the University of Southern California.

‘An amazing example for all of us’

Once a Green Beret, always a Green Beret. On Friday, Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 Romulo “Romy” Camargo will retire after 20 years of active...

Darrell Gwynn ‘comes Home’ As He Joins The Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis

The Hall of Fame Drag Racer will unite with Marc Buoniconti to help find a cure for paralysis and help those living with paralysis...

Imagine Me Project Sue Murray with people with spinal cord injury

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9eCLKK4ZXE Imagine Me Project Sue Murray working on a creative photographic project with people living with spinal cord injury http://www.imagineme.com.au/

Stone’s will: Quadriplegic inspires Cayuse students

Joe Stone has used a wheelchair for four and a half years. In that time the 29-year-old Missoula resident has become the first known quadriplegic...