Risk Of Injury Of The Spinal Cord During Diving Is Very High. Part 2 of 3

Risk Of Injury Of The Spinal Cord During Diving Is Very High – Part 2 of 3

The spinal cord transmits signals from the brain to a muscle. When the spinal line gets injured, the brain’s signal is blocked, Hervey-Jumper explained. To drive home the message, the department of neurosurgery has launched a series of public service announcements and videos that will mood at movie theaters in Michigan this summer.

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So “Just think if you could never get out of a seat, think if you woke up in the morning and couldn’t get yourself out of bed,” Josh Weber, a 32-year-old Michigan resident injured in a diving accident, says in one video. “You exceedingly need to think about your actions because your life can change in a split-second. It kind of opens up your eyes and you understand that life is fragile”. And, Weber adds, “Don’t cogitate it couldn’t happen to you. It could happen to anyone”.

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