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Emergency Medicine Physician Back to Work After Accident That Left Him Paralyzed

April 24, 2018

Emergency Medicine Physician Back to Work After Accident That Left Him Paralyzed

By In the Loop intheloop

After Daniel Grossman, M.D., was paralyzed in a biking accident, he needed to learn how to do everything — including care for patients — in a new way.

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Tags: Dr. Daniel Grossman, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mayo Clinic Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, Mayo Clinic Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program, Spinal Cord Injury


December 21, 2017

Paralyzed Hockey Player Raising Funds for Spinal Cord Injury Research

By In the Loop intheloop

Jack Jablonski’s life changed dramatically six years ago after a hockey accident left him paralyzed. Today the USC student is hopeful for what’s to come, and raising funds so others with spinal cord injuries also have reason to hope.

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Tags: clinical research, Spinal Cord Injury


May 16, 2017

Spinal Cord Injury Research is Personal for One Mayo Researcher

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  A spinal cord injury changed the direction of Peter Grahn’s life. It also led him to his current role as part of a spinal cord injury team at Mayo Clinic.

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Tags: Dr. Peter Grahn, Neural engineering laboratory, Neurobiology of disease, Spinal Cord Injury


May 28, 2015

Chris Norton’s Walk to Remember

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Chris Norton knew it was going to be a weekend to remember. He was planning to propose to his girlfriend, Emily Summers, on Saturday. The next day, he’d walk across the stage to accept his diploma during Luther College’s graduation ceremony. Those would be difficult steps for Chris, steps he had worked for nearly five […]

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Tags: Chris Norton, Inspiration, Spinal Cord Injury


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