The podcast about living well with a Spinal Cord Injury.
The Spinal Crap team talk about different factors affecting the lives of people with Spinal Cord Injuries with good humour and positivity. Because if you can't laugh at yourself....
In The Cloud - Live Show
The Team are Reunited! This is Spinal Crap are back together for a special live show as part of the 'In The Cloud' festival for Back Up. More games, more laughter and a round up of 2020...
Independence Day - The 4th of July Bumper Special
It's the final episode of the series and the team meet with friends and listeners from around the US to find out what their plans are for the 4th of July and what Independence means to them.
Stay In Work Out
What have you been doing to keep active during lockdown? With adaptive workout videos and live sessions on the rise, have we found a new way for the disabled community to access better support with exercise? We meet with Ella Beaumont and Jane from Access Adventures to talk about exercise beyond Covid 19
Ruth and Grace meet mouth artist Henry Fraser to talk about art, life and creativity.
Able To Adventure
Feeling a bit wanderlusty? Ruth and Grace meet some of the coolest adventurers with Spinal Cord Injury. Meet Karen Darke who is hand-cycling across every continent and Kirk Williams who designed his own van that made it possible to adventure across South America.
This week on This is Spinal Crap, the team talk about pets and the roles animals have played in improving mental wellbeing. Meet the Spinal Crap dogs, cats and a magpie called penguin...
👍👍👍 great work!!
Just been told about this by jacques at backup.
It’s a just now a year since yacht accident abroad made me burst # T6/9 incomplete.
So wish I’d found you earlier in my journey. What a refreshing approach informative, funny and inspirational.
Your bringing me hope!! Just when I was beginning to get despondent. Keep it up. 🙏
What spinal unit?
Very informative, but I thought the phrase “your spinal unit” cropped up too much. Sadly, there are too many people who don’t have access to one, and they are the people who need this sort of information most.
Found my smile thanks to you guys!
I’m currently in acute care at Frimley Park Hospital waiting for my bed at Stanmore. I have been here 9 days with SCI C5-7 incomplete ASIA B.
Thanks for making me smile and actually realise how lucky I am to be having the opportunity to have my rehabilitation at Stanmore and that my life really will be okay.
Oh, and understanding about poo.... I’m obsessed with my bowels!!!