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Healthcare utilization varies among community-living people with spinal cord injury

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A survey of community-living people with spinal cord injury revealed healthcare utilization below the recommended rates for four types of care: primary care, spinal cord injury, dental, and optical. Researchers also found disparities associated with demographic, socioeconomic, and injury-related characteristics. The article, “Medical, dental, and optical care utilization among community-living people with spinal cord injury in the United States,” was published online by the Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine on August 22, 2022.

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