Most of us come to work expecting a normal, uneventful day. Punch in, punch out. But if you work in construction, you already know that every day is anything but ordinary. With intense job demands and high risk for injury, each day can present a new challenge. Unfortunately, in some cases, with just one oversight,…

Science is one of the most spectacular features of the human race. Science has advanced human health while increasing our vitality and longevity. And in a new study published January 9, those same scientific victories may shine a new light on paralysis recovery. According to BrainBlogger (2/5/2015), the latest advancements in spinal cord injury involve…

Parents are frequently on the pursuit of keeping children safe, whether it is in the car, at home, or at school. And today, in light of National Playground Safety Week, there’s never been a better time for schools in our community to realize the importance of child safety. But amazingly, this California has opted out…

“Because we’re flying high regardless of where we’re sitting down, we soaring like eagles to do our best to shoot toward our goals and dreams.” These are the inspirational words of a Sherman, Texas man who was paralyzed in a football game 15 years ago and now wants to help others with spinal cord injuries,…

She partakes in fitness activities nearly every day, is a mother of two, and oh, did we mentioned that she has been paraplegic from the waist down for close to four years? There’s very little that this woman doesn’t do.  She is a former Los Angeles Police Department officer who is paralyzed but has just…

Each year, the United States records close to 12,000 spinal cord injuries.  As of 2009, there are close to 262,000 Americans living with paralysis according to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  Of that number, 81 percent are men. This leaves an interesting question:  can men with…

In Forest Lake, Minnesota, one paralyzed veteran is looking to race his rocket-enhanced wheelchair at 100 mph for an event this September, according to the Saint Croix Valley Press. The man, 44, was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident back in 1986, but his outlook for recovery and life in general remains as positive as ever….

Stem cell research, surgery, physical therapy — all of these are different forms of spinal cord injury treatments, but now science is asking “what about the gecko?” At the University of Calgary, a researcher and a colleague from the United States have discovered that gecko lizards might be able to aid in finding a cure…

Bicycle accidents are a top cause of spinal cord injuries, and they usually happen when a bike collides with something else, such as a rock or a car.  It is rare for a bike to fall apart, but one man is claiming that actually happened to him. One man of Seattle, Washington is suing the…

On the popular Fox drama “House,” a renegade doctor played by Hugh Laurie performs some of the most bizarre and unorthodox procedures on his patients — most of whom have the rarest medical conditions — regardless of cost. But our paralysis attorneys in San Diego want to know how expensive would these treatments be in…

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