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Spinal cord injury t

Spinal cord injury tx

w/c for T9-10, who wishes to engage in sports ultra light...rigid frame(not have the ability to fold)...low back (enhance users body/arm mvmts).
complete vs incomplete SCI complete= total loss of sensation & total paralysis....incomplete= some sensory or motor pathways are preserved.
ASIA= American Spinal Injury Association categorize SCI impairments (A-E)A= complete B=incomplete sensory only...C=Incomplete motor function is preserved, mm grade less than 3...D= motor function preserved, mm grade above 3...E= normal.
Created by: debbiej