Category: Spinal Cord Injury
Is recovery from a chronic spinal cord injury possible? After an SCI, the microenvironment surrounding your spinal cord becomes very hostile due to inflammatory responses.
Acute spinal cord injury refers to the early stages following one’s injury. If not properly cared for, the effects of an acute spinal cord injury
Spinal cord injury can cause serious problems with blood circulation. As a result, cold feet is one of the most common symptoms of poor circulation
The use of the corticosteroid methylprednisolone for spinal cord injury was widely accepted and considered the standard of care for a long time. However, its
Life after a T4 spinal cord injury will require some lifestyle adjustments. To help you understand what to expect following a T4 spinal cord injury,
One of the most common causes of spinal cord injury is hyperextension of the neck. Excessive force or trauma can dislocate vertebrae and compress the
Spinal cord injury prognosis varies from case to case. Each SCI is unique, and recovery from it will depend on a variety of different factors.
Everyone experiences the emotional effects of spinal cord injury differently. Although SCI will not directly affect your emotions, it can take a toll on your
A traumatic spinal cord injury occurs when an external force strikes the spinal column. It fractures or shifts the vertebrae, causing compression of the spinal