Spinal Cord Injury

Living with a Neurological Condition or Injury: The Power of Social Support

Social relationships are an important part of our lives. Social support refers to how much we feel we’re cared for by our friends, family, and spouse or partner.

New Paper: Living with Spinal Cord Injury: Watching for Secondary Conditions

We know people living with spinal cord injury experience many problems that may not be directly caused by their injury, but are still related to it.  These problems may start any time after the injury.  They include things like chronic pain and fatigue.