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.

P.O.V. of the daily struggles I go through
Still learning...C6 Quadriplegic
Managing your bladder is important for health and daily independence when you have a spinal cord injury. In this video, people with li... show more
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Produced by Craig Hospital and the Christoph... show more
T12 complete
T12 complete paraplegic
This video gives a brief overview of Brian's path to recovery after his car accident in 2018, which left him paralyzed as a T3/T4 parap... show more
Bowel care is very personal and also very important to your health. This video highlights how a person with a spinal cord injury at C7 ... show more
This new wearable sensor may cut costs and improve access to biofeedback for people with incomplete paraplegia. The device connects to ... show more
Pressure injuries are the most common secondary complication of a spinal cord injury, so it is important to know how to prevent and ide... show more
Four years ago, I lost my ability to move due to Spinal Cord Injury because of Gunshot. My doctor predicted that I might not be able to... show more
This video shows two people with cervical spinal cord injuries preparing a complex meal using adaptive tools along with regular kitchen... show more