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.


"Heels or boots? Heels! I'm not walking in these bitches anyway."

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20-21 April: heading back down to Wellington again to visit friends; enjoying amazing food at Viv's kitchen; Noah buys a BMX bike; Kamm... show more
PSH. C4-C5 Incomplete SCI. Four years nine months post. Walking. George Mason University research study.

SPINALpedia17 hours ago

We love your walking videos Scott. You constantly amaze us!

salchichon14 hours ago

The Boy works hard. Thank you for following us!!!
Some great adapted bicycles and people showing how it's done.
Have you ever wondered how difficult it is for a person on a wheelchair to move around the city?
Even going to a hospital or going ou... show more
Wheelchair ramps of any length as a DIY project with our wheelchair ramp 'kit'. Visit or call 913-553-1488 7 days/wk. Total cost of 1... show more
Testing the kids' wheelchair skills! They have to do a morning routine in a wheelchair.
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Program director at Camelot Farms Mary Hadsall demonstrates how to use a lift that helps wheelchair-bound students mount their horses o... show more
Today's Care. Tomorrow's Cure. The Reeve Foundation's mission is to cure spinal cord injury and improve the quality of life for people ... show more

www.christopherreeve.org/blog/daily-dose/skin-care-after-spinal-cord-injury-guest-blogger-kate-willette
In this video abstract, Todd McDevitt, PhD, and his team explain how they were the first to produce a special type of neuron from human... show more