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Ravens Host International Center for Spinal Cord Injury Patients at Training Camp
(Baltimore, MD) - International Center for Spinal Cord Injury patients were hosted at the 2009 Ravens Training Camp.
ISCSI Patient Mike Scott with Kelly Washington and Todd Heap
(Kelly Washington, Dr. McDonald, Mike Scott, Pat Rummerfield, Todd Heap)
Mike Scott and Tara Blackwell were able to talk to, and have their photos taken with, several of the players. Mike was also given a hat signed by all the Ravens.
ICSCI Patient Tara Blackwell at Ravens Training
(Pat Rummerfield, Patsy Blackwell, Dr. McDonald, Tara Blackwell, and Mike Scott)
The day’s activities were set up by Jason Cooke, a long time supporter of the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury. Dr. John W. McDonald, the center director, and Patrick Rummerfield, the world’s first fully functional spinal cord injury quadriplegic and the center’s community liaison, also attended the event.
ISCI Patient Mike Scott with Kelly Gregg
Kelly Gregg, Dr. McDonald, Pat Rummerfield, and Mike Scott
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR SPINAL CORD INJURY AT THE KENNEDY KRIEGER INSTITUTE
The International Center for Spinal Cord Injury (ICSCI) at the Kennedy Krieger Institute is dedicated to innovative research and restoration recovery of chronic spinal cord injury and paralysis in children and adults. The interdisciplinary team at ICSCI is committed to the philosophy that with the right combination of therapies, recovery is always possible-even many months or years after an injury. The center’s therapy programs follow techniques that have shown great promise in helping individuals with chronic spinal cord injuries recover sensation, movement and independence, as well as achieve improved health and quality of life. For more information on ICSCI, visit www.spinalcordrecovery.org. For more information on Kennedy Krieger Institute, visit www.kennedykrieger.org.