Could an innocuous white powder revolutionize pressure ulcer treatment? What if we told you that a daily sprinkling of a fine white powder on your open pressure ulcer might cut the healing time [...]
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 [...]
After his 2015 rodeo injury, Kevin Cunin didn’t know if he’d ever be able to ride again. Thanks to his own perseverance and a little help from his friends, he’s back in the saddle—and chasing [...]
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 [...]
SCI BC peer Danny Sloan, aka Busker Dan, is one of Vancouver's most well-known street musicians. His love of music, a customized busking rig and the best office window around make his full-time [...]
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 [...]
A look into six SCI BC Peers from across the province who are breaking barriers in unusual sports or passions.
Can adapted rowing machines help to maintain health and fitness? Here's how researchers are helping to create accessible exercise options.
How do you heal an injured arm or shoulder when you have to rely on it daily for mobility? One solution might be an orthotic brace.