Today, I would like to introduce a site, Brain and SpinalCord. It is also a site to help people to live.
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OK. Let’s go into details of this site.
If you are looking for a comprehensive resource on brain injury and spinal cord injury, check out This site contains all the information survivors and their loved ones need, from descriptions of brain and spinal cord injuries to all the latest research and treatment, from information on the best rehabilitation facilities to how to provide the encourage and support survivors need to move forward after experiencing such a traumatic event. Financial issues . . . legal issues . . . the list of information available at this website go on and on.
What is special about this site is that it makes it so easy. We all know how confusing and difficult the time following a catastrophic injury can be. There are so many questions to be asked, but where do you find the answers? Well, there’s the medical team, of course, but quite often they are guarded in their answers so as not to provide false hope, or are so busy with the vast number of other patients they are treating that they just can’t spend the time with us that we really need. What can be even more difficult is navigating the whole health insurance/financial/legal aspect of catastrophic injury. has all the answers in one place. makes it easy to access hundreds of articles, and points you in the right direction when it comes to resources regarding support and advocacy groups, rehabilitation centers, and other sources of assistance. The blog keeps you completely up to date on the latest news and developments regarding brain and spinal cord injury, including those that pertain to the most cutting-edge research trials.
Another thing that makes very unique is its extensive video library, which has videos on a wide variety of topics related to brain and spinal cord injury. Some of the best videos are those that tell the stories of brain and spinal cord injury survivors and their families. Not only do you learn amazing things from the people featured in these videos, they make you feel connected and hopeful.
If you are looking for comprehensive information and solid answers, check out

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