Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center

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United Spinal Association is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of all people living with a spinal cord injury or disease (SCI/D), and providing them and their loved ones, care providers and professionals with needed resources.

United Spinal Association’s Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center offers: Guidance – Answers – Peer Support – Community – Resources

Resource Center Program Partner

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The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis, the main fundraising arm of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, joins United Spinal Association’s Spinal Cord Resource Center by lending its resources and scientific and clinical expertise to the Resource Center. By providing access to their wealth of knowledge in the area of SCI research and clinical care, we will broaden the scope of available resources.

Spinal Network Support Groups

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Locate a Spinal Network Affiliated Support Group. There are many across the country with more being added regularly. Check it out.

Ask Us!

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Do you need answers to your spinal cord injury/disease questions? Browse our KnowledgeBooks. Need some one-on-one info or guidance? Just Ask Us!

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United Spinal Chapters

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In the community and connecting with members at the local level, United Spinal Chapters are a driving force in accomplishing our goals. Find one to join.

Hospital Members

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United Spinal’s Hospital Members provide the full spectrum of clinical care. With an emphasis on spinal cord injury/disease. Find one.

Business Members

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Our Business Members have made the commitment to give back to the community by supporting the goals of United Spinal. See who they are.

Recent Posts

Paralyzed Men Move Legs with New Non-invasive Spinal Cord Electrical Stimulation

Five men with complete paralysis were able to voluntarily generate step-like movements using new non-invasive electrical stimulation to their spinal cords.

Inaugural Kick-off Event & Membership Drive

The NEW Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the United Spinal Association is holding an Inaugural Kick-off Event and Membership Drive on September 12, 2015.

Does Your Bladder Bug You?

Urinary Symptoms Questionnaire for People With Neuropathic Bladder (USQ-NB). Participate in questionnaire to help track your urinary symptoms and assist with starting treatment.

An Opportunity For People with Spinal Cord Injuries In Northern California To Receive Cutting Edge Therapy

United Spinal and SCI-FIT Offer People with Spinal Cord Injuries in Northern California a Unique Opportunity to Participate in Cutting-Edge Rehab.

Spinal Network Strengthens SCI/D Peer Support Nationwide

United Spinal Association and The Buoniconti Fund team up to create a national network of peer support groups.

A Spinal Network Grant Gets Them Dancing In PA

Through the Spinal Network grant, Individual Abilities in Motion in Northeast Pennsylvania introduced wheelchair dancing to its members.