Why is standing so crucial for people who can’t move their legs? Maybe some of you may not have thought this was possible. Perhaps some of you didn’t know this could and should be something to consider.

Why is standing so important for people who can’t move their legs - Have The Nerve Episode 14

In the latest episode of Have The Nerve, Susan and our guests, Physiotherapist Colbey Van Leeuwen and Exercise Physiologist Alicia Payne, talk about the importance of standing in therapy, particularly for people who have had traumatic spinal cord injuries. They also share with us the technology and what the research says.

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