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  • Trampoline Park Safety
    Trampoline Park Safety

    In 2018, there were over 800 trampoline parks in the United States. It's no surprise that the rate of occurrences of injuries at these facilities has grown even more than the facilities themselves. ...

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  • Researchers Cautious yet Optimistic Regarding New SCI Research Findings
    Researchers Cautious yet Optimistic Regarding New SCI Research Findings

    Research into spinal cord injuries is vastly complex. That is for obvious reasons, stresses a recent article on that subject from the publication Scientific American. The biggest challenge as noted in ...

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  • Long on Physicians' Radar: Trampoline Injury Concerns
    Long on Physicians' Radar: Trampoline Injury Concerns

    “Can we keep it, dad?” That recent query from the children of an orthopedic surgeon concerning a background trampoline featured at a home the family just purchased was met by a resounding and ...

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  • Spinal Cord Research in Spotlight at Purdue University
    Spinal Cord Research in Spotlight at Purdue University

    A spinal cord injury is a complex and serious ailment. Often testing - and sometimes exceeding - the bounds of medical knowledge and known treatments. The established personal injury firm of Tabor Law ...

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  • Always Nice to Report a Positive SCI-Linked Outcome
    Always Nice to Report a Positive SCI-Linked Outcome

    Spinal cord injuries are often catastrophic and life-changing, and for obvious reasons. We note why that is true on our personal injury website at Tabor Law Firm in Indianapolis. For starters, we duly ...

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  • Spinal Cord Injuries Often Require Expensive, Lifelong Care
    Spinal Cord Injuries Often Require Expensive, Lifelong Care

    A spinal cord injury is defined as damage to any part of the spinal cord that results either from diseases like cancer or from trauma caused in accidents such as car crashes. While spinal cord ...

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