SCI Pain? Rebuild Yourself on a Bike!

Goetchius, Scott
February 2005
PN;Feb2005, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
Focuses on the introduction of the author to functional electric stimulation because of chronic low-back pain due to C6 incomplete quadriplegia from a spinal-cord injury. Medical condition of the author; Details of the exercise therapy regimen of the author with the use of an electric bike; Improvements of the health conditions of the author due to his exercise regimen.


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