Living a healthy life with spinal cord injury (SCI) can be challenging.
Interviewing future end-users and clinicians regarding wearable functional electrical stimul
Sadly, we share the news of the death of our first-ever Ontario Executive Director (then Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario), Kirby Rowe.
Spinal Cord Injury Ontario wants to help researchers share ethics-approved research opportunities and results with our community. Read more to find out how...
One of the leading causes of death for people with spinal cord injuries is a pressure sore. Pressure sores are the most common secondary medical complication associated with spinal cord injury and there is an extremely high chance of adults developing one at some point during their lifetime. Having a pressure sore can result in more time in hospital, delayed rehabilitation, and a longer road to independence. Read how electrical stimulation therapy is helping people with spinal cord injuries with pressure sores and the advocacy involved to keep this therapy available for our community.
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