Welcome to Rambling with ReYu, where we explore the realm of neurorecovery as it pertains to lifestyle, sensory processing and activity based therapy. Join Bean and Nancy as we dive deeper into the many topics surrounding life with a neurological condition. Here we will tackle your questions through interviews with leading clinicians, experts and those with lived experience.
QuadPodcast is hosted by Bob Ness, a C-6 quadriplegic. The podcast is designed to inform, educate and entertain. Listen and learn about people with spinal cord injuries: We’re independent people who lead interesting lives. We’re all walks of life, nice people, jerks, funny, dull, partiers, teetotalers, doctors, lawyers, actors, musicians, etc. everything that makes people humans.
Carrie was injured in 2005 in a car accident which left her paralyzed from the waist down. Since then she has graduated from Florida State University with an Environmental Science degree, became a Jr high science teacher and coach, moved to Texas, and has become an avid solo camper. In 2020 she conquered another life goal of owning a Teardrop camper. On top of her busy schedule as a teacher and coach she also has started a blog, YouTube channel and a podcast where she shares things about her life and adventures as a wheelchair user still enjoying life. Her goal in life is to simply motivate people with her story and the story of others regardless to what obstacle people are up against.
Hall of Fame Paralympic athlete, Chris Waddell interviews people, who had been dropped into a situation that forced them to confront everything they'd thought to be true. Our greatest risk is taking no risk at all.
I talk Lifting, Wheelchair LIfe and Sports (mostly NFL). As a 20+ year Paraplegic and CPPS Certified Trainer, Justin Malaise shares his thoughts on wheelchair/adaptive training focusing on building strength and muscle through free weight barbell, bodyweight and crossfit exercises. He will also share any recent or past wheelchair life experiences such as wheelchair travel or accessibility headaches he has dealt with. Finally, he will also share thoughts on his beloved Wisconsin Sports teams, especially the Packers, as well as other NFL and College Football thoughts.
Adaptive entrepreneurs, adventurers, lifestyle influencers and athletes who are showing the world how to live the greater than life. All have learnt to adapt to intense physical and psychological challenges, and defy what they, and those around them, thought was possible. We’ll dive into the tools and equipment they use, and the mindset that allows them to succeed and find freedom. This is a podcast to strengthen the adaptive community. It’s for Adaptdefiers™ and those who want to become one
The Ramp. It. Up! Podcast is hosted by Rhonel Cinous, a C4 C5 quadriplegic. A Haitian American radio personality and an undeniable and unparalleled SEX symbol, whose career was interrupted by his injury. Thankfully he has the passion and drive to get back behind the mic. Ramp It Up is meant to educate and entertain through real-life accounts of injuries, illnesses, success stories, and unbelievable antics.
hanks for tuning in to the Twisted Spine podcast. Each week I will offer listeners a fresh perspective to living with SCI. I will cover topics that range from practical education and applicable life hacks to the emotional and mental struggles we share and the tough issues that impact our community. Episodes will include stories from my own experiences, interviews with experts and peers, and strategies you can apply to your own life
Hosted by Sophie Elwes, who knows a thing or two about overcoming difficulties, after sustaining a spinal cord injury in 2011. Each episode Sophie will interview an extraordinary guest who has faced and overcome enormous challenges and adversity and is achieving incredible things in spite of what they've had to deal with. She'll be finding out their story, about their greatest struggles and triumphs, and asking them what advice they would share with other people dealing with challenges of their own.