Axiobionics Wearable Therapy Review by C1-C2 SCI Quadriplegic
My Wearable Therapy by Axiobionics has absolutely been the most important physical therapy I’ve used for the last 10 years. I do this therapy 3-5 hours every night and it has grown my body and muscles beyond what I could’ve imagined. Allowing me to focus on my personal goals throughout the day, knowing my physical health is being taken care of throughout the night.
QUADRIPLEGIC Rolling On My Stomach, Breathing Without Vent - FULL SEQUENCE
First attempt was a fail, second attempt was much better. PERSEVERANCE! Having my arms straight down I was still able to bring my shoulders back. I could clear my mucus and continue breathing. I could experiment with my breathing capabilities, increasing and decreasing my breathe rate, try open and closing my mouth, breathing in and out my nose felt amazing. Towards the end I could even speak naturally with some oomph. If you want to see the sped up version, go to my instagram! @drewclayborn
Quadriplegic Drew Clayborn Monthly Trach Change
DISCLAIMER: GRAPHIC IMAGES AHEAD This is by far the worst part of my injury. Once a month I have to change the entire trach and I hate it. It hurts. It gags me. It’s a total mind fuck how I have to completely relax my neck and throat while this thing slides in and out of my trachea, everything in my body screams cough, but if I do it’ll hurt even more. I hate it. Absolutely hate it. ♿️♿️ #spinalcordinjury #quadriplegic #findyourstrength #wheelchairlife #badassquad #therapy #acceptthechallenge #spinalcordinjuryrecovery #disABILITY #inclusive #livewhatyoulove #positivity #accessibility #sciawareness #recovery #physicaltherapy #wheelchairguy #tetraplegic #muscle
Cough Assist: How I Clear Out ALL My Mucus As A Quadriplegic
I’ve been very blessed throughout the years when it comes to learning the right things, the right practices, at the right time. One of those things were cough assist. Cough assist does an amazing job clearing out my mucus while at the same time completely expanding my lungs. The way that I do cough assist, with the aid of suction, changing my inner cannula, and saline bullets, is the best way for me to stay healthy and I’ve never had pneumonia or any respiratory issues. It’s a quick and easy process that depending how junky I am, can take from 5-20 minutes to complete. ♿️ #spinalcordinjury #quadriplegic #findyourstrength #wheelchairlife #badassquad #healthyquad #therapy #acceptthechallenge #spinalcordinjuryrecovery #disABILITY #inclusive #livewhatyoulove #positivity #accessibility #sciawareness #recovery #physicaltherapy #wheelchairguy #tetraplegic #muscle
How I Drink SO Much Water As A Quadriplegic
Like most quads, I hate drinking water. I never feel thirsty. I absolutely can’t STAND when people come up to me “asking” if I want some water. To avoid the annoyance, absolute minimum I chug a full 30 oz water bottle 3 times a day when I take my meds. Along with at least 1 full water bladder when I sleep at night and try to chug an extra bottle after lunch and dinner. No one bothering me about water intake, no worries of being hospitalized for dehydration, helps prevent UTIs, so that’s how I do it. Big smoothie straw, chug a full bottle with ease.
The Story of Us: Part 1 - My SUPERDAD Talks The Day I Became Paralyzed
My dad, LeDon Clayborn, describes what the day I became paralyzed was like. --- WEBSITE: www.TheDrewCrew.org FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thedrewcrewn... INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/drewclayborn/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/drewclayborn APPLE PODCAST: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1ny8Dn3... ---