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Category: Spinal Cord Injuries

Falling Back into Old Habits? Five Misconceptions About Online Physical Therapy

During the COVID-19 pandemic, telerehab served as one of the only solutions to accessing physical therapy. While this exposed many patients to virtual care and encouraged providers to respond to […]

CASE MANAGERS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT SYNCHRONOUS TELEREHABILITATION VERSUS CLINIC-BASED PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY

By: STEVE KERSCHKE, PT, KAREN HUX, PHD KINTINU TELEREHAB, QUALITY LIVING, INC., OMAHA, NEBRASKA, USA ABSTRACT People with spinal cord injury (SCI) require extensive rehabilitation to maximize independence and quality […]

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Ready for the Encore: Finding Hope After Spinal Cord Injury

Originally posted on QLI Omaha. Rachael Johnson might live as a quadriplegic, a survivor who faces the challenges of a spinal cord injury every day. But that isn’t who she […]

Words from a Warrior: Laura Burdick’s Journey

Originally published on QLI Omaha. In May 2020, Laura Burdick saw herself as a woman at the top of her game. Just 33 years old, the Indiana native was an […]

Spinal Cord Injury Webinar Series – Part 3

Originally posted on QLI Omaha. In Part 3 of our webinar series on spinal cord injuries, the QLI team covers topics such as injury classifications, the cost of spinal cord […]

Spinal Cord Injury Webinar Series – Part 2

Originally posted on QLI Omaha. In Part 2 of our webinar series on spinal cord injuries, Brad Dexter of QLI focuses on low cervical spinal cord injuries and covers injury […]

Spinal Cord Injury Webinar Series – Part 1

Originally published on QLI Omaha. In Part 1 of our webinar series on spinal cord injuries, Brad Dexter of QLI focuses on high cervical spinal cord injuries, covering injury classifications, […]