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How Does a Person Move Forward After Paralysis?
How Does a Person Move Forward After Paralysis?

After a diagnosis of paralysis, it’s easy to understand how the individual affected can feel emotional about the entire situation. Unfortunately, this occurs far too often and today, 1 in every 50 people in the United States live with paralysis. Moving forward can seem like ...

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Blog posts in Spinal Cord Injury

  • What are the Different Types of Damages In a Spinal Cord Injury?

    When someone sustains a traumatic brain injury , the effects can have a tremendous impact on the injured individual. Few have the same amount of ...

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  • What Makes a Personal Injury Case Catastrophic?

    A personal injury characteristically refers to the physical, mental, and emotional injuries incurred due to an accident or the negligence of a person, ...

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  • How to Prevent Spinal Cord Injuries

    One of the worst injuries that a person can sustain is a spinal cord injury. Depending on the location and severity of these injuries, spinal cord ...

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  • The Importance Of Getting Proper Spinal Cord Injury Medical Treatment After A San Jose Car Crash

    If you have suffered a spinal cord injury due to a car accident in San Jose, you know the toll it takes on both you and your loved ones. A spinal cord ...

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  • Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injury

    The spinal cord consists of many vertebrae, soft tissue, nerve cells, and groups of nerves called tracts, which affect different parts of the body. ...

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  • Studies Reveal The Financial Costs Of Spinal Cord Injury Can Be Significant

    Despite advances in medical treatment and understanding of spinal cord injuries, these injuries remain some of the most expensive to treat both ...

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  • Medical Breakthrough Looks to Bypass Spinal Cord Injuries

    Spinal cord injuries can be devastating in their effects, with the most serious ending in quadriplegia, the inability to use any of one’s limbs. But a ...

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  • Understanding The Differences Between A Complete And Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

    In the human body, the spinal cord plays a vital role in the functions of body parts and their interactions with the brain. The spinal cord relays ...

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  • Consequences Of A San Jose Spinal Cord Injury

    According to American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) statistics, around 11,000 Americans are hospitalized for spinal cord injuries (SCI) ...

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