Where and How to Get Care

McKenzie, Lana
June 2009
PN;Jun2009, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p44
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the differences between the spinal-cord injury (SCI) center and the SCI support clinic in the U.S. It states that an SCI center provides full range of services and addresses aspects of primary and specialty healthcare, while the SCI Outpatient Support Clinic provides SCI ambulatory and screening services. Moreover, the yearly physical examination must include complete history and physical examination, functional examination and evaluation of equipment needs.


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