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Coping with a SCI as you get older

Coping with a SCI as you get older

Nowadays, as we get older, we are focused more on the quality of life we want to enjoy, as opposed to just postponing or preventing death. This means planning for when we get older, but having a SCI adds further complications to physical health that have to be...
Disabled people and exercise

Disabled people and exercise

Exercise is as important for disabled people as it is for everybody else. The physical and psychological benefits have been well documented. Whilst most people are happy to exercise on their own or at home, others need help from qualified professionals to get started...
Understanding transverse myelitis

Understanding transverse myelitis

Transverse myelitis is a neurological condition where the spinal cord is inflamed. It can affect people of any age, gender or race. The spinal cord carries nerve signals to and from the brain through nerves that extend from each side of the spinal cord and connect to...
The danger of a pressure ulcer for wheelchair users

The danger of a pressure ulcer for wheelchair users

What is a pressure ulcer A pressure ulcer is any area of localised damage to the skin and underlying soft tissue. They can be caused by several risk factors, including age, diagnosis, medication, continence, nutrition, mobility, and weight. There are also non-person...