A vase of lavender.

Welcome back to this series on mental health. I am delighted to have you back for this blog.

Mar 22, 2023READ MORE
A man in a wheelchair shoots an arrow.

Ouch! Shoulder pain is all too common after a spinal cord injury, affecting as many as seven or eight in every 10 people.

Mar 14, 2023READ MORE
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Is your list of prescription drugs a lengthy one? People with spinal cord injuries tend to take many more medications than other folks their age,
Mar 14, 2023READ MORE

Welcome back to this series on mental health. I am so glad you have joined me.

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A man in a wheelchair smokes pot.

If you’ve had a spinal cord injury for a while, you’ve probably got your ear to the ground when it comes to new approaches an

Mar 14, 2023READ MORE
nerves of pain.

I have been researching neuropathic pain among persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) for approximately 8 years.

Feb 14, 2023READ MORE
Nerves of pain.

Treating neuropathic pain is complex. If you experience it, there is a high likelihood that you agree with that statement.

Feb 08, 2023READ MORE
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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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