Spinal Injury and Trauma

Spinal injury or trauma may result from direct injury to the spinal cord itself or indirectly from disease of the surrounding bones, tissues or blood vessels. Symptoms vary depending on the precise location of the injury. Spinal cord injury may cause weakness and loss of feeling at, and below, the injury. Injuries of the spinal cord at any level can cause a plethora of problems such as: increased muscle tone (spasticity), loss of normal bowel and bladder control (e.g. constipation, incontinence and bladder spasms), numbness, sensory changes, pain or weakness.

Roi, Student, Israel
32 years old

Condition: Thoracic spine injury

After a period of service in the army Roi had been suffering from pain in his upper back and shoulders. He had been trying to find a solution for his discomfort for over 10 years.

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Beth, Writer, USA
62 years old

Condition: Cervical and thoracic spine injury

As a journalist and writer Beth spent up to 12 hours a day in front of her computer. She had for a long time suffered from pain and stiffness in her shoulders and neck. She had tried many different types of treatment to try to find relief.

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Gregore, Journalist, Poland
31 years old

Condition: Spinal injury through extreme sport accident

Gregore sustained an injury to his lumbar spine during a wakeboarding accident. He was unable to move freely and was in extreme pain and discomfort..

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Frederic, Baker, France
57 years old

Condition: Spinal problems

After a serious fall when he was a small boy Frederic was in a coma for one week. After that time Frederic became completely deaf in one ear and partially deaf in the other. Throughout his life he has had many problems culminating in heart surgery four years ago. This surgery compounded the problems in his body, as his ribs were replaced after surgery in an incorrect position. Since then, he has been unable find any comfort as he suffers unbearable pain. His whole body has started to twist and he even has double vision.

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Yoko, Performer, Switzerland
39 years old

Condition: Spinal Trauma

After falling 12 feet during aerial practice, Yoko sustained a severe injury to his back. He had been receiving treatment for four months in hospitals and through alternative therapies. He was in acute pain and discomfort and was unable to work.

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Yuko, Restaurateur, Japan
38 years old

Condition: Spine injury from extreme sport accident

Yuko sustained an injury ten years before while snowboarding. Since the accident she has had continuous menstrual bleeding. Her general health was very poor and in recent years she suffered from large swellings around her glands. Doctors in Japan had told her that there was nothing that could be done for her condition.

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Ruth, Student, Israel
22 years old

Condition: Spinal Trauma

After falling during a mountain trek, Ruth was unable to stand up and walk properly. Her situation was critical. On examination, it was found that Ruth also suffered from a severe case of thoracolumbar scoliosis. Her body had started to twist and she had become more unbalanced and accident-prone.

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Margareta, Secretary, Sweden
54 years old

Condition: Upper spine and neck injury caused through car accident

Margareta had sustained whiplash seven years previously. She had seen many practitioners but was still in constant pain and discomfort.

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