Walk on, Bono, walk on. E! Online has recently reported that the U2 singer has recovered from his spinal cord injury treatments and is back on his feet, ready to hit the ground running…er, walking slowly at first and gradually get back to making music.

Stem cell research is a controversial topic, not just in the United States, but in other places around the world.  Our firm does not take a positive or negative stance in the usage of stem cell research for those living with paralysis, but we do follow both sides of the debate. Up until now, foreigners…

Living with paralysis is the subject of a new play in Washington, D.C. right now called “Caterpillar Soup”.  The play written and performed by Lynena Strelkoff is a journey into a time when Strelkoff suffered a severe spinal cord injury, which has paralyzed her from the waist down, and her struggle to come to grips…

We hope that you come to this blog to learn about new ways that you and your family can avoid spinal cord injuries.  With summer here, there is a danger that is often overlooked: spinal cord injuries caused by diving into shallow water. The University of Michigan is warning swimmers and divers to beware of…

“When music hits you, you feel no pain.” – Bob Marley Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.  This is especially true when head-banging music leads to spinal cord injuries that have symptoms similar to whiplash.  BoingBoing and the British Medical Journal have released data on ways to prevent neck injuries associated with listening to hardcore music…

When referring to spinal cord injuries, a “disc” is the soft, squishy matter between vertebra that act as a shock absorber allowing vertebra to move independently.  This is what gives you the freedom to bend and twist in many directions. A healthy spinal column acts like the body’s telephone line — as our firm’s spinal…

Auto accidents are one of the many causes of spinal cord injuries, but our firm’s San Diego paralysis attorneys want to remind you that an auto accident can involve any motorized vehicle, including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). ThinkFirst Canada — a brain and spinal cord injury prevention group — wants children to stop riding ATVs, according…

When you are living with paralysis, you have two options: stay at home and watch the world happen from your window, or do the things you’ve always enjoyed doing. Our firm’s spinal cord injury attorneys in San Diego want to acknowledge a coast-to-coast bike ride that includes paralyzed cyclists, many of whom are veterans of…

At first, paralysis treatments and cosmetic touch-ups might not seem to go hand-in-hand but a group of San Diego based doctors are helping to treat those with paralysis or other disfiguring injuries by using re-constructive surgery. According to AOL Health, you won’t have to worry about your medical bills from the procedure.  That’s because Doctors…

Paralysis might stop some people from moving, but our firm’s San Diego spinal cord injury lawyers know that sometimes it can be the layout of their surroundings, rather than their own physical limitations, that keeps those living with paralysis stationary. The New York Times has reported on the Russian Paralympic team’s efforts to make Moscow…

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