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Watch this video to learn how Chris Stigas, a spinal cord injury survivor, optimised intermittent catheterisation to achieve a better quality of life.
Urology nurse Paula Muter has spent over 20 years helping people with spinal cord injuries learn to perform intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) – and gain freedom and independence.Read More
Kris has been experiencing urinary tract infections (UTIs) since his spinal cord injury in 2017. He started performing intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) following his injury, but wishes he'd bee...Read More
After experiencing a spinal cord injury (SCI), how you view yourself may change. The good news is that the recovery period can be a time for positive introspection and reinvention. Read about how Anit...Read More
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