The Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Center (SCoBIRC) at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine was established in 1999 to promote both individual and collaborative studies on injuries to the spinal cord and brain that result in paralysis or other loss of neurologic function.
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Disaboom.com is a dynamic, interactive online community for people with disabilities and those whose lives they touch. It combines disability-related health and lifestyles information with an engaging, member-driven community of personal profiles, blogs, forums and shared-interest groups, tailored to your needs. Providing a place for you to learn about – or talk about – your spinal cord injury, back or neck pain, diabetes, cerebral palsy, depression, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, amputation, or other condition, Disaboom is working hard to help you connect at your point of need, interest, or engagement.
The SCI Recovery Project is an exercise based recovery program for individuals who have suffered a spinal cord injury or related trauma. We understand each injury and individual is different, which is why we provide and administer a custom program. Our goal is to improve your quality of life and get you back on your feet and taking steps again. We are based in the Boulder, Colorado area and provide service to all qualified applicants.
BrainandSpinalCord.org is a resource for those looking for information about brain and spinal cord injuries.
Journey Forward is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of those who have suffered a Spinal Cord Injury through an intense exercise program. Exercise is important to everyone and even more so to those who have suffered a Spinal Cord Injury.
We carry the products, and have the services and support for caretakers of special and handicapped pets. Wecan help you care for them. There are thousands of people caring forpets with special needs that include senior, geriatric, disabled,injured, recovering from surgery, terminal illness, or handicappedpets. This site offers products, services, support and resources forour best friends and their caretakers.
Located in the heart of Puget Sound,NextStepsNW is the Northwest’s only paralysis recovery center gearedtowards regaining movement in those paralyzed due to illness, injury,disease or other neurological disorders.
Our mission is to maximizehealth, wellness, and qualityof life for individualswith paralysis through anintensive exercise recoverytherapy program.
Hollenstein uses his front and rear tires, swirling bright and sometimes hot colored paint in patterns, lines or circles. There is a rhythm, a sort ofsyncopation in color. Once he lays down a tone, even just a smallpatch, he stops to hose off the tires, lets the first paint dry thenadds a new layer. A single painting may take several weeks to complete,and may have as many as 50 layers of paint.
SurvivingParalysis.com facilitates the sharing of information between people with paralysis and other forms of disability, and in so doing, unite people like myself that were formerly islands. At the end of last year, I turned my website into an online magazine, for which I do all the writing and all the work. My goal is to further assist and aid those like myself trying to survive with a spinal cord injury.
This Youtube Channel is dedicated to the sport of Wheelchair Bodybuilding Also known as WCBB for short, we hope everyone in the world will help us spread the word about our Wheelchair sport so it will become well known worldwide.