Spinal Cord Injuries

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December 12, 2019
The last thing you want to think about on a powder day is an injury, but skiing and snowboarding are undeniably risky. Ski and snowboard accidents can cause sprains, broken bones, and even catastrophic injuries, such as brain or spinal cord damage. While it is true that Colorado ski resorts are… Read Full Post
June 13, 2018
Spinal cord injuries are a terrible thing and, unfortunately, they occur all too often. In fact, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons states that, on average, 34,000 new spinal cord injuries, or SCIs, occur in the United States every year. In total, they estimate that means there are… Read Full Post
April 02, 2018
Many drivers forget about the dangers of the road, especially when they have been lucky enough to avoid involvement in an accident for a considerable amount of time. Driving safely should not be taken for granted because the effects of a car accident can be catastrophic. Some people know this,… Read Full Post
January 26, 2018
There are many ways that a person can sustain a spinal cord injury in Colorado. Some of the most common ways include motor vehicle accidents, falls and sports injuries. Nearly everyone in the state participates in one or more activities that expose individuals to situations in which they may find… Read Full Post
January 04, 2018
There are countless ways a person in Colorado can sustain an injury. One of the most catastrophic of these is the spinal cord injury, an event that can leave a person completely paralyzed if severe enough. Damage to the spine can be acquired in nearly any setting – it simply requires some sort of… Read Full Post
December 08, 2017
A number of accidents can take away a person’s functional abilities in an instant. All it takes is some severe damage to the spine and anyone can lose the ability to walk, sit, hug or grab. Many people in Colorado know that a spinal cord injury can cause a person to become paralyzed, but few live… Read Full Post
December 01, 2017
According to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, approximately 1.3 million Americans are living with spinal cord injuries. Statistics show that many of these injuries are sustained by people between the ages of 15 and 35 years old. In addition, many of them are men. These numbers along with… Read Full Post