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What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for patients to overcome after spinal cord injury?

What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for patients to overcome after spinal cord injury?

Toby Huston, PhD

Psychologist, Craig Hospital, Colorado

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A spinal cord injury presents a person, a family and everybody who loves those people with innumerable losses. Loss of control over one’s day-to-day functions, loss of body image, loss of ideas about the track that you are on in life, the trajector... Show More

A spinal cord injury presents a person, a family and everybody who loves those people with innumerable losses. Loss of control over one’s day-to-day functions, loss of body image, loss of ideas about the track that you are on in life, the trajectory, the expectations. And loss is particularly painful emotion, and I think if you had to boil it down, loss is the biggest struggle that I think most people deal with around spinal cord injury.

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What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for patients to overcome after spinal cord injury?

Toby Huston, PhD

Psychologist, Craig Hospital, Colorado

More Videos by Toby Huston
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A spinal cord injury presents a person, a family and everybody who loves those people with innumerable losses. Loss of control over one’s day-to-day functions, loss of body image, loss of ideas about the track that you are on in life, the trajectory, the expectations. And loss is particularly painful emotion, and I think if you had to boil it down, loss is the biggest struggle that I think most people deal with around spinal cord injury.

What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for patients to overcome after spinal cord injury?
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