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Yes, no maybe

Been working hard but I think maybe not hard enough. I did this healthy eating program with my wife called the whole 30. For 30 days, not a easy task eating whole foods including zero sugar for 30 consecutive days. 207 more words

Exercise

Slipping Through The Cracks

It’s called “slipping through the cracks”…  Where a person is bad enough off (in whatever way) that they need assistance in some area, but not bad enough off that that assistance is forth-coming. 992 more words

Disability

Rehabilitation and Recovery Tips for Spinal Cord Injuries

If you’ve recently sustained a spinal cord injury, one of your first questions will probably be when you can begin your rehabilitation and how you can take steps to recovery. 327 more words

Spinal Care

The Dancing Must Go On!

Chelsie Hill grew up with a strong desire for dancing. By the time she was 3 years old, she was involved in a dance team. Sadly in 2010, Chelsie was in a drunk driving accident leaving her with a spinal cord injury (SCI) and unable to walk. 321 more words

General Information

Stories of Hope: Spinal Cord Injury

This week on The Stem Cellar we feature some of our most inspiring patients and patient advocates as they share, in their own words, their Stories of Hope. 669 more words

News

Bayside: Tighten the Drag Foundation (9/21)

Spinal Cord Injury has varying levels of disability. Paralysis and nervous system damage go hand in hand. Most injured are told they will “never” walk again and are sent home to “figure it out.” This injury can happen to ANYONE at ANYTIME… INSTANTLY. 97 more words

Shows

Secondary Conditions of Spinal Cord Injury

When living with a spinal cord injury (SCI), there are more challenges than just not being able to walk. There are other healthcare issues that are very important. 387 more words