When it comes to standing wheelchairs, the focus is often on standing and not on the multitude of other benefits that are waiting in the wings.
Lee Oesterle sat down with United Spinal to discuss his journey toward recovery after a spinal cord injury changed his life forever at the age of 61.
The Executive Council of the North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium has been asked to provide input from our spinal cord injured community to help chart the future of funding for spinal cord injury (SCI) research in the next decade.
The Transportation Security Administration has shared some important tips to help you better prepare for security screening at our Nation’s airport screening checkpoints for the 2018 holiday traveling season.
United Spinal Association’s Accessibility Services program is proud to welcome Marsha Mazz as its new director of Accessibility Codes and Standards.