illustration of reclining man spinal cord

September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. To educate both victims and families, Graves McLain would like to showcase some of the national and local resources designed to support and aid those who have endured a potentially life-changing Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). National Resources United Spinal Association The United Spinal Association is a national nonprofit…

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Spinal Cord X-ray

September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. This month, Graves McLain focuses on some of the facts and figures surrounding the potentially devastating and life-altering effects that a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) can have. The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC) has released a 2018 report on Spinal Cord Injuries. The organization—funded by the…

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Man behind the wheel of a car Texting and Driving

As automakers try to compete in their industry, many manufacturers are now providing high tech Infotainment systems in many vehicles. These Infotainment systems allow you to answer your mobile device, make a call by voice activation, enter GPS coordinates, and much more. The problem is that for years automakers have also been preaching to drivers,…

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Soccer Players playing a game

With the arrival of fall right around the corner, sports season is officially here! We love cheering on our teams alongside parents, students, and faculty, but are reminded of the potential risks student-athletes face every day. Research shows that Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) are the leading cause of sports-related deaths. A concussion can cause short…

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Stop Bullying graphic

Did you know that 40% of Tulsa Oklahoma children and young adults say they have been bullied at some point in their school career? That number may surprise you, but bullying is becoming a major problem facing kids and teens today. Bullying is no longer just used to describe fighting or physical aggression. Kids and…

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senior woman with home caregiver

Sometimes in life one is forced to make difficult decisions. Admitting an elderly loved one into a nursing home facility or eldercare community is never easy. However, at times it is necessary in order to provide them with the best and most efficient healthcare possible. Many nursing homes are professional, safe, responsible, and caring, but…

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woman driving while talking on cell phone holding a cup of coffee and putting on makeup

If you have ever been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you know it can come out of nowhere and can happen in seconds. Imagine you are driving down the street and you are suddenly struck by another vehicle. As it turns out, the other driver is at fault and was texting while they drove.…

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Biomet Device

Did you know that more than 285,000 hip replacement surgeries are performed each year in the United States?  People suffering from sports injuries, arthritis, and the elderly often decide to get a hip replacement to help ease their pain. However, sometimes patients end up in more pain because of complications with their new metal on…

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