Hey everyone...I noticed that a few people were wanting to add their Facebook website to that subtab under the TM Members Tab.
You will need to send your Facebook website to Greg and he will have to add it.
Sorry for the confusion..
Added by Kevin Weilacher on January 30, 2009 at 1:16pm —
This website will take you to a page with a multitude of videos on topics such as
Getting Your Life Back After SCI
From Ambien to Zanaflex: Making Your Medications Work For You
Universal Fitness: Fitness after SCI
and many more...
Unfortunately these videos aren't embeddable so I can't add them to our video… Continue
Added by Kevin Weilacher on January 28, 2009 at 7:37pm —
Thanks for sharing info. on this group. I really needed something more than what I was getting. I had been on other groups before & had gotten better communication and information. This is so important for folks with a physical ailment to get them thru it, esp. the difficult times. And just sharing...knowing you are not the only one going thru something this terrible.....thans again, Natalie M.
Added by The Transverse Myelitis Network on January 23, 2009 at 9:43pm —
I am not sure who this will go to other than the three people who have asked me to be friends, so if you can pass this along to people you might find interested, please do.
This link is from the psoriasis website because that is where I found the idea because I have psoriasis. My son is 3 years old and has TM. He contracted it when he was 5 months old and is paralyzed because of it. I have been associated with… Continue
Added by Gena White on January 22, 2009 at 10:41am —
I just joined this site so I guess i'll share my story.
It's not as dramatic as most others on here but now i finally get to write about my story with people who kinda understand.
At the end of Oct 2008 i got a cold (after not having had got sick in over a year). I spent that whole previous year afraid that when i did get a cold my body would forget how to handle it. Well a week before this cold i was walking to work and my legs felt so heavy. I thought maybe i needed more sleep or my… Continue
Added by Cherbear on January 20, 2009 at 8:00am —
TM 2005. Doing well. Had lost the use of right leg and bladder. After lots of physical theraphy and meds and prayer/luck I'm doing pretty good.
Added by RJ Rankin on January 19, 2009 at 6:14pm —
I am now 33 years old. I got TM when I was 28, in 2004. I was an active person, competing in figure skating and teaching pre-K 5 days a week half-days and coaching figure skating 3 times a week. I trained 4 days a week during the "school year" and 5-6 days a week during the summer.
I went to Regional Champs in January, Provincial Championships in early March, and was preparing to leave for Nationals in late March.
I didn't do well at Provincials in my free skate, felt tired and… Continue
Added by Marieke on January 17, 2009 at 12:51pm —
My name is Adam. I am 18 years old and I live in central Mississippi. I was diagnosed with TM late summer of 2002. Here is a quick rundown of how I was diagnosed.
I was a normal kid… no prior illness, not even a broken bone. I was attending school as any other child my age would have. I lived with my single mother of three. She was a teacher. I had straight A’s in school and life was good. After school was out for summer, our church took a trip to Texas and stayed… Continue
Added by Adam on January 16, 2009 at 11:30pm —
If anyone is interested...
I've updated my blog....You're more than welcome to drop by and check it out.....
Added by Kevin Weilacher on January 14, 2009 at 10:13am —