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Our rehabilitation specialists provide a broad spectrum of treatment approaches in order to meet all of the needs of our patients and their families. For a complete list of treatment specialties provided through the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, please click on the link below:

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Featured Patient Care Article

SCI & Urinary Tract Infections: Intermittent Catheterization

It is important to recognize the signs of a urinary tract infection. Because many patients with spinal cord injury must empty their bladders by intermittent catheterization, they are more likely than most people to get bacteria in their urine.

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Featured Patient Story

Chris Blanchard

Chris BlanchardChris was injured on August 14, 1997 while working at Chihuly studios when he fell 20-25 ft. from a scissor lift, landing on his back on the concrete floor. He sustained a C5-6 spinal cord injury.
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