SCI Survey

Roth, Marcie
September 2005
PN;Sep2005, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
Invites people with spinal-cord injuries (SCI) to take part in a national survey conducted by the National Spinal Cord Injury Association and its research partner, the National Rehabilitation Hospital-Center for Health and Disability Research in the U.S. Examination of the physical activity, exercise, and secondary conditions in people with SCI; Investigation whether lack of physical activity or exercise is associated with increased risks of other health-related problems; Relationship between physical activity and exercise and the health of people with SCI.


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