incomplete spinal cord injury infographic

This info-graphic was produced to show some of the most common incomplete spinal cord injuries. Types of injury include anterior cord syndrome, posterior cord syndrome, central cord syndrome and Brown-Sequard syndrome.

My step father has been a paraplegic and in a wheelchair at the age of 26, now going on 27 years  , drive safe people

Quadriplegic/paraplegic Quick reference to share material about spinal cord injury (SCI). See it everyday and always seem to learn something new

Makes perfect sense as to why my foot is always tingly & asleep & have so many problems with my lower back. Sensory impairment based on level of spinal cord injury

Hi res/ dermatome known as a dermatome dermatomes map and Dermatomes She sent me a dermatone map Spine with Dermatome Map A dermatome .

This site is a free and informative resource for those living with a spinal cord injury or other disabling injuries or diseases of the spine. It is meant to be a "best of the web" site for SCI health and caregiver information.

LIst of links to occupational & physical therapy aids for daily living, self-help and exercise equipment

L5, L4, L3: the herniated discs my husband has. The second one is bulging against his spinal cord causing nerve damage in his right foot.  He deals with this pain every day and is growing a resistance to his pain meds to where if he doesn't at least take one he gets hot flashes, cold sweats, nausea, loss of appetite and increased irritability.

Spinal Cord Injury (SCI): Types & Treatment News

Information and pictures of the spine and spinal cord showing to vertebra and which vertebra effect various body functions

Spinal cord Injury Levels

Spinal cord injury levels can be expressed in many ways and it is important to understand the correlations for exact determination of the injury.