From discovery research to translating those discoveries and implementing them into treatments for people with SCI, it takes an army of dedicated professionals and like-minded organizations working together towards a common goal to reduce the impact of paralysis after SCI.
A new study hopes to prove benefits of telehealth initiatives for bladder management in people with spinal cord injuries
Karen developed a spinal cord injury at the age of 15. Despite the many challenges, Karen didn’t let her injury stop her from achieving her goals.
Pressure ulcers are a common occurrence for people with SCI, whether in care or at home in the community. Pressure ulcers are often more debilitating than the spinal cord injury itself. According to a recent RHI-sponsored survey of people with SCI in the community, pressure ulcers significantly limit activities for almost half of the respondents presenting this complication.