AUA Summit - Spinal Cord Injury Survivor Finds Life Purpose and Learns "It's Okay to Not be Okay"


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Spinal Cord Injury Survivor Finds Life Purpose and Learns "It's Okay to Not be Okay"

Spinal Cord Injury Survivor, Colby.

Our guest is Colby and he is with us to talk about his life journey as a spinal cord injury survivor. Colby details how he overcame the intense struggles of becoming injured in high school, managing the new urologic conditions that came with recovery and how he ultimately found his life purpose.

Short on time? Use the below timestamps to jump to any section:
0:38 - When and how the injury happened
1:23 - Immediate impact of the injury on his life
3:55 - Physical and emotional recovery process
9:17 - Support from others during recovery
10:53 - Seeing a urologist and treatment for urologic conditions
17:25 - Current treatment
20:49 - Advice for patients and caregivers
23:22 - Final thoughts

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October 6, 2022

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