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Video: Driving with a Spinal Cord Injury

Aimee Sharp
Author | Shield HealthCare
09/04/18  8:07 AM PST

Driving with a spinal cord injury doesn’t take a ton of fancy equipment and it doesn’t require a special car. For this video with Aaron Baker, we head to his business, CORE (Center for Restorative Exercise) where he meets up with Steve, Xander and Alex, all whom use hand controls. We check out how each of them gets themselves and their wheelchairs in and out of their cars and talk about what being able to drive (and what they drive) means to them.

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You can learn more about CORE, the Center for Restorative Exercise here.

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