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For most people with a spinal cord injury (SCI), the inability to walk is often not the largest “SCI worry.” Instead, secondary complications such as bowel/bladder incontinence, fatigue and chronic pain are often stated to cause more trouble. I am here to talk about neuropathic pain.
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Autonomic Dysreflexia (AD) is a potentially life-threatening complication of spinal cord injury at T6 or above.
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In March 2019, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario hosted a certified webcast on neuropathic pain for primary care providers in partnership w

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Spinal Cord Injury Ontario has always been about making life with SCI easier and increasing knowledge around disability and accessibility

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This resource, created by a team of rehabilitation clinicians and people living with spinal cord injuries from Vancouver Coastal Health,

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The majority of people who have a spinal cord injury (SCI) often experience pain, especially chronic pain.

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The Chronic Pain Association of Canada is Canada's largest independent, not-for-profit charitable organization serving people af

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The Canadian Pain Society is a society of scientists, health professionals, educators and pain advocates who have a vested interest in pa

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