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‘Horseracing accident left me paralysed, but wheelchair basketball’s changed my life…’

TEN years after a devastating horse racing injury left a him paralysed from the chest down, former jockey Wayne Burton revealed how discovering wheelchair...

No Flipping Excuses

https://youtu.be/ezW3R7OPaiY Changing the lives for those that are living with a disability. Their mission is to provide a home to person or family that has...

A Year Ago He Was Paralyzed From the Neck Down — Then This Happened

You might feel a bit down if you watch the news. Who wouldn’t? Angry people might be grabbing headlines and making you wonder about the...

Why I Don’t Let Adversity Define My Life After Spinal Cord Injury

I love lacing up my turquoise Nike running shoes each morning. However, every time I leave my house, going for a jog is the furthest...

FINDING HER OWN WAY: Frye learns to overcome spinal cord injury

ROCKINGHAM — About two and a half years ago, 24-year-old Kandace Frye’s life took an unexpected turn following a car accident that left her...

Mason Ellis – Explaining Tenodesis

https://youtu.be/V5KJFmX2300 This is a video of Mason Ellis explaining Tenodesis (movement of the wrist to move fingers). Mason is a C5, C6, C7 Complete Quadriplegic...

Spinal Cord patient reacts to stem cell breakthrough

WESTLAKE, Ohio --  Cutting edge research being developed in Cleveland could have significant impact on people who've suffered spinal cord damage. In July of 2009, Scott...

Spinal cord injury patients say “I willl walk again!”

They are devastating injuries. A fall, a sports accident and suddenly, your spinal cord is damaged. It happens 300,000 times a year in this country. Some people give up, but many are fighting back. After a car wreck, Kendell Hall heard from her doctors that she would never walk again. They didn’t know Kendall very well. Kendall lives independently, even owns and operates REACT Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center. That’s a restorative and non-profit gym for people living with spinal cord injuries.

A look inside Carissa Louise’s life after attaining a C6/C7 complete spinal cord injury

Carissa Louise from Alberta Canada shows YouTube viewers that even though she's living life as a quadriplegic, she is still living life. Carissa loves everything beauty and wants to share that with you! Carissa shares her personal experiences in interesting vlog style videos!

Essendon woman takes up Run Melbourne challenge in wheelchair

GEORGINA Fiorentino thought her life was over when she lost feeling in her legs and became reliant on a wheelchair. “You go through...