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How Do I Know if I Have a Complete Spinal Cord Injury?

Injuries to the spinal cord are typically considered catastrophic injuries, as they can affect the entire body. Spinal cord injuries (SCIs), depending on the location and type, are permanent and can cause full or partial paralysis. In the hours and days following a serious accident, you – or the loved ones of someone who’s suffered…

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How Can Spinal Cord Stimulators Help Accident Victims?

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) can cause unbearable chronic pain. In severe cases, spinal cord injuries can cause partial or full paralysis. These injuries can result from many different types of accidents, such as car crashes, slips and falls, construction accidents, and product defects. Many victims never fully recover from spinal cord injuries and experience unbearable…

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What Are the Levels of Spinal Cord Injury?

The spinal cord is the information superhighway of your body. It carries messages to and from the brain, telling your body how and when to function. When people hear the words “spinal injury,” their first thoughts typically go to the worst-case scenario—wheelchair-bound and/or complete paralysis. However, there are several levels of spinal cord injuries (SCI),…

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What You Should Know about Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) often occur from a sudden traumatic blow to the spine that fractures, dislocates, or compresses vertebrae, ligaments, or bone disks. These injuries disrupt the signals that are carried back and forth between the body and the brain, which comprises the central nervous system (CNS).   With complete SCIs, the spinal cord cannot…

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