January 2018 Table of Contents
The Department of Veterans Affairs has long been touted as the best health care option for those with SCI/D, and comprehensive lifetime care is why.
This unique and accessible fitness equipment lets people who use wheelchairs take their workouts outdoors.
Featuring breathtaking speed and rocket-like G-forces, para-bobsled is poised to be the newest addition to the Winter Paralympics.
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Simply put, the quality of care our members receive at the VA doesn’t exist in the private sector.
PVA remains vigilant in its efforts to secure proper staffing levels at our SCI centers.
Many facilities are now in serious decline simply because they weren’t upgraded or modernized and because Congress continues to provide inadequate funding for the VA’s infrastructure needs. Now, many of those facilities face the possibility of closure because of that neglect.
After serving 19 years and four months in the Army, the 41-year-old managed to survive injuries to his elbow, shoulder, chest, spine, abdomen, hands, hips, knees and jaw and being hit by a mortar round during deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.
A study published in the October issue of Scientific Reports describes the recovery of motor function in a research participant who previously had received long-term activity-based training along with spinal-cord epidural stimulation (scES).
Our faith can be tested in the time of enduring our greatest afflictions, one of which is, “Will I ever date again, be married or have children after my injury?” The answer is a huge, “Yes!”
A veteran-owned business is aiming to make it easier for individuals with mobility impairments and their families to explore some of the most rugged terrain.
One of the most misunderstood benefits the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers is Non-Service Connected Pension (NSCP).
The last year has been a trying one, to say the least.