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…Read More
Laser treatments, Basil Cells, Star Wars, 3-D glasses, and the Boy Scouts Motto: Be Prepared.
On a Tuesday in December, I had laser treatments, “blasting” on an implant on my right eye. The lens cleared up and my doctor assured me that I would be able to find the Orion Nebula with my telescope.Read More
How to Manage Incontinence During a Zombie Apocalypse!
As any fan of The Walking Dead will tell you. A zombie apocalypse is coming and we all need to be prepared. Even the CDC agrees – and they’ve even written a great guide to the coming zombie apocalypse. But they left out some important tips – so we’ve collected our best zombie apocalypse wisdom…Read More
Disaster Planning and Spinal Cord Injury
While the snow storms of winter may be behind us, those of us in warmer climates are just gearing up for hurricane season. So to help you get prepared we wanted to share the following advice from the Florida Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center.Read More