Our cover story is about accessible gardening and its many benefits. I’d like to tell you about how my wife’s and my gardening experience enriched our lives and prepared us for making a leap we never even considered until it happened.
A pressure sore has unexpectedly thrown our editor into the world of flap surgery.
Our specialized vocabulary is at once unifying and divisive.
The good news: I don’t have urethral cancer. The bad news: My body has sprung a leak — a small stage II pressure sore erupted overnight into a complex stage IV sore.
There is no information on ‘best practices’ for our demographic – because no such group is recognized.
No one truly comprehends the underlying psychological and emotional causes of addiction.
The truth is recovery of function is almost always related to some degree of incompleteness of injury.
It felt good being on equal footing with the rest of society for those two minutes.
Breaking your neck or your back might not seem like something to celebrate, but every day people all across the world with spinal cord injuries do just that. Tim Gilmer talks with 10 wheelers to try to understand the motivation and what people get out of this seemingly odd tradition.
This month’s cover story is about the practice of commemorating the onset of paralysis — 10 stories of readers who celebrate the day that changed their lives forever. But soon after I finished writing the stories, I realized my own date, July 11, was upon me, and I had no plan for celebrating the 52nd anniversary of my plane crash.