What if we told you that a daily sprinkling of a fine white powder on your open pressure ulcer might cut the healing time in half, or even more? Read more about Amicapsil, a compound that has a [...]
A new scoping review published recently by BC researchers suggests that physicians treating chronic pain for patients with SCI should consider prescribing physical activity and exercise, along [...]
We asked a few of our SCI BC peers who are incomplete and can walk to answer one question: if you had the opportunity to tell the public—and even your friends and family—about the nature and [...]
For many, the invisibility of living with incomplete SCI is a big struggle, with needs that are frequently overlooked and are poorly understood by others. In addition to creating more peer chat [...]
Can adapted rowing machines help to maintain health and fitness? Here's how researchers are helping to create accessible exercise options.
Infectious diseases Dr. Jennifer Grant answers your questions about COVID-19 and spinal cord injury in the latest Ask an Expert session! Read on to learn more.
Real-world study with lidocaine reveals suprising results — new findings by ICORD researchers strongly suggest lidocaine as part of your bowel program is probably doing more harm than good.
Has COVID-19 interrupted your physiotherapy, occupational therapy or regular rehab exercise? SCI BC's Ask an Expert series explains how you can stay healthy during this difficult time.