Aging

Doctor points out the bladder on a platic body model

In around 80 percent of people who have spinal cord injuries, their bladder function is affected.

Mar 31, 2022READ MORE
Happy skeleton sitting on a bench with two skeleton dogs jumping up to say "hi".
In most people, bones start getting thinner and weaker within weeks of a spinal cord injury. A broken bone can have a huge impact on your health and lifestyle, both now and years down the road.
Mar 11, 2022READ MORE
A man with a spinal cord injury plays ball with his son.
If you’re one of the 86,000 Canadians who live with a spinal cord injury, odds are good you can expect to see your senior years.
Feb 01, 2022READ MORE