Coming Home: Surviving Modern Rehab. Combining Epistim and Activity-Based Therapy Holds Promise for Walking. They Went How Fast in a Handcycle? Pulling Back the Curtain on 'The Curious Case of Charles Krauthammer.' Where to Turn When Wounds Won't Heal.
Edie Perkins and Ashton Fritz both survived traumatic spinal cord injuries in the last 18 months, but their journeys to and through rehab couldn’t have been more different. Sam Maddox shares their stories and writes about the tough decisions and often harsh realities facing the newest members of the SCI club.
Investigating the underlying causes of the worst chronic wounds and what you can do to heal when bedrest isn’t enough.
For Edgar Jimenez, using a service dog is all about independence.
This month’s story involves giving the brain a chance to reconnect to the cord below the injury site in a different, and potentially more exciting, way.
People with complete injuries are independently taking steps with epistim-activity based therapy.
Gaelynn Lea Just Released a Beautiful New Album. The GoBot Accessible Hoverboard. How to be More Environmentally Friendly as a Chair User. Gear Hacks: Yard Work Adaptations. Staying Positive in Times of Surgery.
Women to Watch: 5 Under 40. HUD Accuses Facebook of Housing Discrimination. Jason DaSilva's 'The Disability Trap' is Beautiful and Infuriating. Microadventures. The Pros of Probiotics.
At any given time, we have trillions of microbes living in our intestines. These are essential to our well-being and survival. Among many other purposes, everyone needs them for proper digestion, bowel function and immune health.
If you are doing your bowel program less than three times a week, it is a good idea to discuss colon health with your physiatrist and/or your gastroenterologist — even if you are having good results.