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Airline Wheelchair Damage

Navigating Airline Wheelchair Damage

All things get damaged during transport - just look at your luggage! For those who travel with chairs and other devices, airline damage can be unavoidable.

Aaron Baker
Wings for Life World Run May 2019 Aaron Baker

The World Runs for Spinal Cord Injury

Katie and Aaron Baker celebrate their participation in the 2019 Wings For Life World Run in Vienna,...

Aaron Baker
SCI Research

SCI Research Today: A Room Full of Scientists Share Their Work

Every year in May, scientists from all over the world travel to Salzburg, Austria to discuss their most recent discoveries in spinal cord injury research.

Aaron Baker
Illinois Spina Bifida Association

Connecting Through Spina Bifida: When Wendy Met Zaela

“I knew nobody else like me,” says Wendy, age 48. Then last fall she met Zaela. It was the first time Wendy met someone with the same level spinal lesion...

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Accidents Happen

Accidents Happen

What To Do After An Incontinent Episode For the most part, the human body is a wonder of nature, a...

Aaron Baker
Assistive Technology

Tools: Assistive Technology to Live Well with a Spinal Cord Injury

Assistive technology is a catch-all term that applies to products, equipment and systems that enhance daily living for people with different ability levels.

Aaron Baker
Mobility in the Home

Design Within Reach – Mobility in the Home

Hello! I’m Katelyn Baker, wife to Aaron, and as I have previously written about, I am a...

Katelyn Devine Baker
Inspiration and Support

Inspiration and Support – Living with a Spinal Cord Injury

We hope you're able to find inspiration and support from these articles written by Aaron Baker and others in our Spinal Cord Injury Community

Aaron Baker

Secondary Complications from Spinal Cord Injury

In this article, our Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialists lists some of the most common secondary complications and his way of managing said conditions.

Aaron Baker
Sports and Rehabilitation

Let the Games Begin! Sports and Rehabilitation After a Spinal Cord Injury

 “If there is one thing I have learned, particularly in my life as an athlete, it is that our...

Cynthia Ramirez
Focus on Prevention: Healthy Eating, Active Living over 65 Webinar June 24
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Why am I always sore after removing my intermittent catheter?
I, too, used to experience soreness due to catheter insertion and removal. I attributed this to the fact that I was inserting the catheter hose into very delicate tissue...