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  1. Bones are made strong by being constantly...

    Bones are made strong by being constantly remodeled (broken down and then built back up). As a result, something like the power plate, in theory, should be very beneficial. However, I don't what the...
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    Thanks for all the replies. I live in Texas....

    Thanks for all the replies.

    I live in Texas. My only concern is that, yes, I'm in a wheelchair and disabled, but I could still hold a job if I wanted to. Unfortunately, I'm still in school for the...
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    Dependent coverage past age 26

    Hello all,

    I did a quick search on the forum and wasn't able to find anything, so I figured I would start a thread about it...

    Anyways, I've been covered under my father's insurance policy and...
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    I finally settled on trunature cranberry...

    I finally settled on trunature cranberry supplements from Costco after trying what seems like a ton of them out. They seem to do the "trick" and one of the things I like most about them is that they...
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    Unfortunately, I don't think there is much anyone...

    Unfortunately, I don't think there is much anyone can do about it. Just shake it off and don't let the little things bother you. There are other things in life to get stressed out about.
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    Yes. Flaccid paralysis is a lower motor neuron...

    Yes. Flaccid paralysis is a lower motor neuron injury, which means that the nerves have died and would benefit from regrowth/repair.
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    Thanks for the help! I figured it was a long...

    Thanks for the help! I figured it was a long shot, but I figured I'd check with the CC community.
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    Unfair apartment question

    I'm looking at apartments with my girlfriend and the first story apartments are more expensive than the second and third story, but I can't get to them because there are only stairs.

    The...
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    I'm currently in my second year of medical school...

    I'm currently in my second year of medical school and it's definitely doable. Though, as a quad, some physical exam skills will probably be very difficult to accomplish. As a para, I need...
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    Ditropan XL is an anticholinergic agent that...

    Ditropan XL is an anticholinergic agent that works on the muscarinic receptors. In a nutshell, these medications do things like cause dry mouth as well as urinary retention (hence, why urology uses...
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    you're a boss, M. CWRU2010

    you're a boss, M.

    CWRU2010
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    If you're flaccid, the more logical choice would...

    If you're flaccid, the more logical choice would be collagen. Botox is only helpful in the spastic bladder because it will paralyze that muscle. Collagen, on the other hand, will bulk the sphincter...
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    I would go see either a Sports Medicine or a...

    I would go see either a Sports Medicine or a Spinal Cord Injury doctor. Sports Medicine is easier to come by.
  14. What kind of crutches do you own? I'm currently...

    What kind of crutches do you own? I'm currently looking for suggestions.
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    Sticky: University Medical Center Brackenridge - Seton

    University Medical Center Brackenridge - Seton
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    I stayed at the Lodge and Spa during the off...

    I stayed at the Lodge and Spa during the off season and it was OK accessibility-wise. It's a very beautiful and friendly place, however, I think I want to stay somewhere else next time. Right now,...
  17. I've thought about research as well. I'm...

    I've thought about research as well. I'm currently in progress of my MD degree and still haven't decided what I want to do. If i do neurology, I could do some research and I would most definitely be...
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    It's good to see that you've been going at it for...

    It's good to see that you've been going at it for so long! I'll contact you if I have questions/concerns in the future.
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    I was an MS1 when I had my injury and just...

    I was an MS1 when I had my injury and just resumed my MS1 studies this past November. All I had to do was pick up where I left off and jump right in with the 2015 class. It was quite painless.
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    Best of luck with the whole process! I remember...

    Best of luck with the whole process! I remember how nerve-wracking it was. Best advice I can give you if this year doesn't turn out in your favor, apply early. Real early. In my opinion, it made all...
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    Wow! Thanks for all the responses. This is great....

    Wow! Thanks for all the responses. This is great. I have a whole arsenal of people to contact.

    The reason why I posed the question is because I am early in my medical career and am constantly...
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    Physicians in wheelchairs

    I did a quick search and couldn't find any threads, but are there any physicians or doctors that practice in wheelchairs? If so, what is your speciality and what are some of the biggest challenges...
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    I have an '08 and couldn't be happier. It's a...

    I have an '08 and couldn't be happier. It's a solid, reliable car that always makes the list for Car & Driver top models.
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    I'm with you on that : )

    I'm with you on that : )
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    I'm maxed out on oxybutynin and have been off...

    I'm maxed out on oxybutynin and have been off imipramine for awhile now because it really wasn't doing anything. At one point, i was taking both.

    Botox was brought up last time i visited my...
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