Urination is accomplished via communication between the brain and the urinary system. That system is comprised of the kidneys, bladder, ureters, urethra and sphincter muscles. Signals between the urinary system and brain must pass along the spinal cord. When injury disrupts this system of communication, the result is incontinence.
Spinal Cord Injuries and Incontinence
Tramautic Brain Injury and Incontinence
Safety In the ER
About a month ago I did something I swore I would never do. I feel asleep in my wheelchair, lost my balance, and fell on the floor. I sustained a spinal cord injury almost twenty-four years ago and because of sitting for so long I developed bone density issues and arthritis, particularly in the legs […]