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Cost of Life after a Spinal Cord Injury

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The spinal cord supports body movement and sensation, and damage to it, whether through fractures, dislocation, compression, or anything of the like, causes the spinal cord to lose the ability to send or receive messages from the brain to the part of the body that controls motor and automatic function. It does not have to be severed to lose function. Spinal cord injuries commonly occur as a result …

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Coping with a Spinal Cord Injury and Adjusting to Life at Home

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A spinal cord injury is a serious, life-altering event that can have a lasting impact on the injured person, their family and others close to them. Learning to adjust to life with a spinal cord injury consists of maintaining a positive outlook and staying committed to different types of therapy and treatment options. Moral support and love from friends, family, as well support groups are among the most …

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Common Types of Motorcycle and Bicycle Accident Injuries

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Motorcycle and bicycle accidents can involve abrupt collisions and potentially severe injuries to the rider. Even though motorcycles are faster and more powerful, a bicycle accident can be equally as devastating. A cyclist may crash or be struck by a motor vehicle while riding under 5 mph and can still sustain catastrophic, life-threatening injury. Wearing a motorcycle helmet reduces the rider’s probability of suffering a traumatic brain injury …

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