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Aging with a Spinal Cord Injury
Presented on October 9, 2012 at the University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA.
People with SCI are living longer after injury than ever before. What are the special concerns for people aging with a spinal cord injury and what can they do to age well and stay as healthy as possible? In this video, our panel of experts—five people with SCI who, taken together, have been living with SCI for 189 years!—discuss their experiences and share their methods for coping with changes and staying healthy and positive as they age.
Don't miss this additional content on our site about aging with SCI:
Learn how to minimize the impact of aging and maintain overall health, independence and life satisfaction in the presentation "Aging with a Spinal Cord Injury" by Rina Reyes, MD, Medical Director, UW Medicine SCI Rehabilitation Program and Assistant Professor, UW Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.
You can also watch this video on YouTube with or without closed-captioning.
Presentation time: 78 minutes. After watching, please complete our two-minute survey!
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