Our Vision

We envision a society where people with paralysis are no longer isolated and can return to being active members of the community. In order to realize that goal, we need to unite our community and find strength in the power of our experiences.

About Us

SPINALpedia is a social mentoring network and video archive that allows the spinal cord injury community to motivate each other with the knowledge and triumphs gained from our individual experiences.


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So I think this is an interesting topic. A huge percentage of disabled characters we see are played by able bodied actors! Wh... show more
This was my first year ever trying sit skiing 7 years after my injury!! ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●... show more
Just a cute video I wanted to share of my boyfriend and I at the Synaptic Christmas Party.
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Short lil' VLOG to satisfy your appetite while I'm in Aspen! I leave for LA tomorrow for a couple days then to CO! Always remember to p... show more


HELLO!! I attempted my first vlog and put this video together with a couple weeks of footage. I'm hoping you guys enjoy it and then I w... show more
Hey guys!
So I think this is an interesting topic. A huge percentage of disabled characters we see are played by able bodied actors! Wh... show more
ROTA designs and creates ergonomic and efficient mobility products that drive people to better health and wellbeing.

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To learn more about cerebral palsy and raise awareness go to: yourcpf.org
HEY GUYS! First off, if you watch the entire video please leave a ♿️ in the comments!
I'm so excited to finally share this video w... show more
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I just spent a week in Cabo with my mom, sister, aunt and uncle and it was so nice and relaxing and I got some good clips and... show more
Hey everyone,

this is about my trip to Miami. Our trip consisted of visiting The Miami project to cure paralysis, The study was a br... show more