September is National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. It’s important to know about spinal cord injuries as well as the life-changing effects they can have on those living with SCI every day. Find out more!
Are you new to life in a wheelchair? If you experience frequent UTIs or are just looking for an easier way to self-catheterize, check out our latest blog about closed system catheters.
Our employee Bill shares a particularly big challenge that he learned to overcome as a quadriplegic in his latest blog.
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.
180 Medical helps spread awareness for Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month in September.
180 Medical was proud to be able to attend and sponsor the 2014 No Boundaries Expo. Learn more about this fun annual event here!
180 Medical helps support the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation with two recent events.
It’s normal to have questions about life after a spinal cord injury. Here are a few answers to frequently asked questions about common symptoms of spinal cord injuries.
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 employees supported the All Stars Ball for a Cause event to help raise money for spinal cord injury research and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.