Book Chapters

Eat Well, Live Well with Spinal Cord Injury contains 16 chapters,

15 of which focus on specific secondary health complications that

commonly develop after a spinal cord injury (SCI) and the final chapter

which focuses on maintaining Overall Health with SCI. Sample chapters

are available below for you to review:

Chapter #1       Nutrition for Digestion (review chapter) 

Chapter #2       Nutrition for Neurogenic Bowel 

Chapter #3       Nutrition for Neurogenic Bladder

Chapter #4       Nutrition for Cardiovascular Health

Chapter #5       Nutrition for Weight Loss

Chapter #6       Nutrition for Respiratory Health (review chapter)

​Chapter #7       Nutrition for Pressure Sores

Chapter #8       Nutrition for Bone Health

Chapter #9       Nutrition for Liver

Chapter #10     Nutrition for Pain
Chapter #11     Nutrition for Sleep

Chapter #12     Nutrition for Fatigue

Chapter #13     Nutrition for Stress

Chapter #14     Nutrition for Depression (review chapter)

Chapter #15     Nutrition for Anxiety

Chapter #16     Nutrition for Overall Health 

 

Medical Disclaimer
Eat Well, Live Well with Spinal Cord Injury discusses health care issues
associated with spinal cord injuries (SCI). The information provided in
this book is not meant to offer medical diagnosis or advice, or substitute for medical or other professional health care treatment.
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SAMPLE BOOK CHAPTERS
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Eat Well, Live Well with Spinal Cord Injury is useful for every person who has had a spinal cord injury.  After more than 40 years of active neurosurgical practice with an emphasis on spinal cord injury,

I am in complete agreement with the authors’ aim of advancing knowledge of nutrition as it will lead to the prevention of complications.

Charles Tator, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS

Member of the Order of Canada