Georgia baseball player progresses in recovery after spinal cord injury

by Administrator 15. April 2011 03:27

A man from Georgia has been making progress at a rehabilitation center after suffering a spinal cord and neck injury that paralyzed him from the waist down.

The man was an outfielder for the University of Georgia's baseball team when, last month, he fractured his neck and spinal cord during a game. The injuries left the man unable to walk, however, doctors are now saying that the man's spinal cord damage is not permanent. They stated that the spinal cord is bruised but not broken, which means that there is the potential for a partial recovery.

The man recently regained feeling in the upper part of his body, and he will continue his stay at the rehabilitation center for at least two more weeks.

If you or someone you love has suffered a spinal cord injury, please contact the Phoenix spinal cord injury lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman, & McAnally, P.L.C., at 800-763-0964.

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