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.
Studies suggest that cannabis can provide a range of health benefits for people with disabilities. As the October 17 legalization date approaches, we offer you this pot primer.
SFU Researcher Dr. Victoria Claydon recently completed an ambitious three-year study on bowel care, and its relationship to autonomic dysreflexia and quality of life. The results are eye-opening.