If you use catheters or live with a spinal cord injury, it may be a good idea for you to see a urological specialist at least once a year. Learn why this is crucial, as well as potential risk factors for bladder conditions, in our latest blog.
Author: Bill F.
Bill, one of our long-time employees who has lived with a spinal cord injury for nearly three decades, share his advice and tips for those new to life as a person with a spinal cord injury. Find out more and get resources with his latest blog.
Are you experiencing frequent urinary tract infections even through you are practicing sterile use self-catheterization? Learn more about what documentation Medicare requires in order to approve advanced catheter products that can further reduce the recurrence of UTIs.
If you’re in a wheelchair or have any difficulties getting dressed in clothes due to your physical disabilities, this blog can shed some light on adaptive clothing that could make your days easier.
Learn more about one of our employee’s personal experiences with adaptive kayaking, a fun outdoor sport that can be experienced even with physical disabilities/limitations.
Are you new to self-catheterization and feeling a little nervous about transitioning to self-cathing in a public restroom when you’re on the go? Get some helpful tips from a catheter user on staff.
Bill discusses catheter options for those with limited hand dexterity.
One of our catheter specialists, Bill, gives tips on how he learned to self-catheterize with limited hand dexterity.
180 Medical shares some tips on traveling with urinary catheters.
Bill, an employee at 180 Medical, shares the story of his spinal cord injury, what it’s like to live as a quadriplegic, and more.