Spinal Cord Injuries

What Type of Damage is Most Common With Rear-End Collisions?

Being in any sort of collision is a terrible thing. They can damage your car, damage your body and affect your ability to get up and work and just live your life. If you have been in a rear end collision, knowing what sorts of injuries to look for and what damage there might be can truly help.

What Are Some Common Injuries with Rear End Collisions?
The most common injuries that you are going to see with a rear end collision are neck and spinal cord injuries. These can be injuries that are present at the time of the accident. They can be debilitating, they can be very serious, or they can be mild. It does depend on your body, your vehicle, and on

Book Provides Roadmap for Recovery from Brain and Spinal Cord Injury

In a new book, titled Getting Your Brain and Body Back, former University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) CEO Bradford C. Berk, M.D., Ph.D., reflects on his own spinal cord injury that left him a quadriplegic. He details his experience – as a doctor and a patient – to create a user’s manual for those suffering from the physical and mental health consequences of acute neurological injury.

“No one is prepared for the life-changing event of spinal cord injury, stroke, or traumatic brain injury,” said Berk. “In an instant, your world is turned upside down, and the future, if you can even picture one, looks terrifying. The reason I wrote this book is to give people all the information I wish I’d known at the time

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