Rousmaniere: How Spinal Cord Injury Care Has Improved
Tom, a Colorado firefighter on a rescue mission in 1990, survived a severe work accident that dealt him a spinal cord injury. He’s now afflicted with quadriplegia — a term that is being replaced by “tetraplegia.” Tom’s workers’ comp insurer, Pinnacol Assurance, St. Anthony Hospital (acute care), and Craig Hospital, a national leader in spinal cord rehabilitation, worked with Tom from emergency response through his recovery. Today he is the ...
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