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.
What do you do when it’s impossible to practise social distancing? That’s the dilemma faced by many of our Peers with quadriplegia who rely on caregivers every day.
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.
This fall we held two cooking classes on Vancouver Island focused on healthy cooking options for Peers on a budget. Try these delicious recipes for great meals throughout the week!
Question: what’s something used by half the world’s population that can improve respiratory function, posture and self-esteem, but is one of the most commonly misinformed purchases?
There is a staggeringly high incidence of largely untreatable shoulder pain and injuries in people with SCI who use manual wheelchairs. New research at New Jersey’s Kessler Foundation offers some hope.