The topic of caregiving is a very tricky one to navigate
I preface this blog by stating it is written from my personal and dozens of other spinal cord injury folk’s perspectives with respect to … Read the rest
We all know the benefits of stretching before a workout and performing everyday activities.
Stretching is especially important for people who use wheelchairs.
We do not gain the benefits that come the natural stretches that … Read the rest
One might assume that being paralyzed is the most challenging aspect of the game.
I tend to disagree with this outlook as there are so many secondary complications that follow Spinal Cord Injury, which can … Read the rest
It may sound counterintuitive, but a 2,000-pound animal can help you heal – spiritually, mentally, and physically. Referred to as “equine assisted therapy,” “hippotherapy,” “therapeutic riding,” or just plain “horse therapy,” the modality … Read the rest
I grew up all around the world, but home base since I was born has always been the Bahamas. I was a fish in water and you would be hard-pressed to find me … Read the rest
During the past month, there have been several National Health and Fitness Expos and conferences held in conjunction with hundreds of colleges and universities in various regions of the country.
Some valuable insight on the … Read the rest
There are many holidays throughout the year that involve family, cheer, goodwill, and celebrations. But for many people, these holidays can be a time of increased despair, loneliness, and pain. While the happy become happier, … Read the rest