Beat the Heat!

Tips for Individuals with SCI

It’s summer again and that means it’s time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors and weather. For persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) who have trouble regulating their body temperature, high temperatures can be more than just a little uncomfortable—they can be life


Dr. Dyson-Hudson interviewed on Denver's KOA-AM radio

Discusses advances in research and rehabilitation that are improving the outlook for individuals with SCI

The injury sustained by Olympian Amy VanDyken Rouen has focused attention on new approaches to spinal cord injuries. Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, director of Spinal Cord Research at Kessler


Disability Mentoring Day at Kessler Foundation

Students Andre, Sha-Dair, and Lavar from Horizon High School visited Kessler Foundation to test various jobs for National Disability Mentoring Day (DMD), on October 20.

President and Chief Executive Officer of Kessler Foundation, Rodger DeRose, said, "Kessler Foundation is proud to be a part of


Pneumonia rates low in study of patients with spinal cord injury

Dyson-Hudson presents 1- year findings at international meeting

Prevention of respiratory complications, the major cause of death in people with spinal cord injury, is the focus of an ongoing research study. Because poor cough reflex contributes to the high rate of complications, researchers are