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Spinal Cord Injury



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Spinal Cord Injury

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ABC of Spinal Cord Injury Reviewed March 2016 Book
Acute Management of Autonomic Dysreflexia Adults with Spinal Cord Injury Presenting to Health-Care Facilities Reviewed February 2015 Online Resource
Augmentative and Alternative Communication Connecting Young Kids (YAACK) Reviewed May 2015 Online Resource
Augmentative Communication Online Users Group (ACOLUG) Reviewed June 2015 Online Resource
Biomedical Research at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Reviewed April 2016 Online Resource
Bone Health after Spinal Cord InjuryClinical Research at RIC and Northwestern Medicine Reviewed March 2015 Online Resource
Bowel Function After Spinal Cord Injury (Download)Fact Sheet from the Spinal Cord Injury Model System (SCIMS) Reviewed March 2015 Online Resource
Bowel System Understanding the Digestive Process Reviewed September 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Bowel System: Common Problems Reviewed September 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Bowel System: Creating and Managing a Bowel Program Reviewed September 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Care Cure Community Reviewed May 2015 Online Resource
Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Paralysis Resource Center Reviewed April 2016 Streaming Video
Client-Centered Practice in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation: A Field Guide (Download) Reviewed September 2016 Book
Clinical Trials and Research at the Rehabilitation Institute of ChicagoSearle Rehabilitation Research Center Reviewed July 2015 Research Study
Color Atlas of the Brain and Spinal Cord Reviewed September 2016 Book
Complications: Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Reviewed April 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Complications: Neurogenic Heterotopic Ossification Reviewed May 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Complications: Swelling or Edema and Contractures Reviewed May 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Computer Access and Adaptations Reviewed July 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Depression and Spinal Cord Injury Reviewed November 2015 Online Resource
Diabetes: Spinal Cord Injury (download)Promoting Health and Preventing Complications Through Exercise Reviewed June 2015 Online Resource
Diaphragm Pacer Management (download)SCI patient’s guide to independence with the NeuRx Diaphragm Pacing SystemTM Reviewed May 2012 Online Resource
disABILITY Information and Resources Reviewed August 2015 Online Resource
Don’t Call it a Miracle Reviewed November 2015 Online Resource
Exercise Program for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: ParaplegiaDVD Reviewed March 2016 Video - DVD
Facing Disability: Social Life and Sex Insights from Spinal Cord Injury Survivors and Families Reviewed December 2015 Streaming Video
Getting the Right Wheelchair (download)What the SCI Consumer Needs to Know Reviewed July 2016 Online Resource
Hero of Harvard Crew Video on You Tube Reviewed December 2013
International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) Reviewed September 2016 Online Resource
La Rabida Children’s Hospital Reviewed June 2016 Online Resource
Life on Wheels: A to Z Guide to Living Fully with Mobility Issues Reviewed February 2016 Book
Living with Spinal Cord Injury (download)A Guide for the Newly Injured Reviewed January 2012 Online Resource
Living with Spinal Cord Injury - Spanish (download)Vivir despues de una Lesion de la Medula Espinal Reviewed February 2012 Online Resource
Manual WheelchairWhat the SCI Consumer Needs to Know Reviewed September 2016 Online Resource
Mayo Clinic Guide to Living with Spinal Cord InjuryMoving Ahead with Your Life Reviewed September 2016 Book
Medline Plus Health Information: Disabilities Reviewed June 2013 Online Resource
Miami Project to Cure Paralysis Reviewed September 2015 Online Resource
Midwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury Care SystemChallenging Disparities in Access to Innovations in SCI Reviewed February 2016 Presentation
Model System Knowledge Translation (download)Evidence-based resources for Consumers, Clinicians, Researchers, and Policy Makers Reviewed April 2016 Online Resource
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research - NIDRRUS Department of Education Reviewed July 2016 Online Resource
National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel Reviewed July 2016 Online Resource
Neurotrauma Registry Reviewed Feb ruary 2014 Online Resource
New Mobility Consumer Guide 2015-2016 Edition Reviewed November 2015 Online Resource
NIDRR Midwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury Care SystemRIC Research and Clinical Trials Reviewed September 2013 Clinical Trail - RIC
Nutrition Tips for People with Swallowing Difficulties Reviewed September 2015 Info Sheet - RIC
Pain After Spinal Cord InjuryVideo Slideshow from the Model Systems Reviewed November 2014 Streaming Video
Pain after Spinal Cord Injury (download) Reviewed October 2014 Online Resource
Pain after Spinal Cord Injury: Activity Modification (download) Reviewed May 2015 Online Resource
Pain: Medications for Pain Relief Reviewed June 2016 Info Sheet - RIC
Paralyzed Living YouTube Channel for People with Spinal Cord Injury Reviewed July 2015 Streaming Video
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