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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This video details the supplies and process involved in the necessary task of changing one's suprapubic catheter.

Craig Hospita... show more
Our Inclusion and Diversity expert, Debbie North, uses a range of wheelchairs to access the countryside and wants to inspire other whee... show more
Join me as I travel on a Can-Am Spyder and shoot a revolver and two pistols. Being a T7 paraplegic, I still live life the normal way (... show more
Thank you for watching! Hope this helps. I love resistance bands as they are so versatile. I know form isn't perfect but I have no func... show more
Radhanagar beach is located on the western coast in Havelock Island, this beach is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in... show more
Spinal cord injury stretches and breathing for a better life.
30 straight punches
30 Hooks
30 upper cuts
30 Highs
30 second hold
Change pads and repeat

30 straights followed by 30 side rais... show more
Disability seated workout in Home Arms by Paraplegic Garrison Redd

Garrison Shows how to build big arms in home. Tricep extensions, ... show more
Now is as good as any time to start making your content more disability-friendly! Learn how!
It looks like I’m just throwing a ball back and forth. Maybe you’re wondering why I posted this video of catch. Actually me being a... show more
My quick stretching routine.


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