Summer 2010: Volume 19, Number 2
- Depression after Spinal Cord Injury: Myths and Facts
Depression is a loaded word and sometimes seems taboo or embarrassing to talk about. Maybe the stigma of depression has to do with myths and misconceptions we have about this condition. In this article, Dr. Chuck Bombardier addresses and dispels some of the myths about depression after spinal cord injury.
- Speech recognition software can change your life
Speak and your words appear on the screen! Control your computer by voice! Joe Meyer, who has C4 quadriplegia, started using speech recognition software while still in rehab. He now uses it for all his computer operations and has a job teaching others how to use it.
- Literature Review: 15 abstracts of medical journal articles on SCI topics
Read about recent research findings in bowel and bladder management, cardiovascular health, women with SCI, pressure sores, and other topics related to spinal cord injury.
- Read articles from past newsletters in our Articles Archive.
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Participate in research
Opportunities for individuals with SCI to participate in UW research studies, including a new study of exercise and mood in persons with MS or SCI.