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C 2 cervical spinal cord injury has anyone have this and can still walk



  • MikethepikeMMikethepike MIchiganPosts: 362

    AJ are you in therapy now? Just wondering do you get around pretty well? I have limited head movement, also do you have a spinal cord injury ? Also how about muscle stiffness, and what do you do about it.?

  • MikethepikeMMikethepike MIchiganPosts: 362

    One thing I find out about going to physical therapy it gets me out of the house, And Out socializing. That helps almost as much as the physical part. Puts me in a better mood

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  • MikethepikeMMikethepike MIchiganPosts: 362

    Usually people that break C1 and C2 are usually quadrapalegic, some of us are fortunate enough to still walk and function a little. Although we do have A lot of other problems, such as nerve pain, spasticity, Bowel bladder problems. Anyway if there is anyone else out there that are like Bill, Rick, and myself please join us and respond. Take care and God bless

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