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Queensland Spinal Cord Injuries Service

Partnering with health and disability professionals to optimise outcomes for people with spinal cord injury

The resources available on the QSCIS website are designed for clinical purposes with the aim of helping to expand knowledge of acute care, rehabilitation and community management of spinal cord injury.


People with SCI may have changes to bowel function. Find out more on what are the changes, how to establish a routine and problem solve issues.
People with SCI are at great risk of skin breakdown. Find out more on how to manage skin integrity and minimise severity of skin breakdown if this occurs.

QSCIS Services

Inreach support for newly injured people in an acute or rehabilitation setting​.

40 bed inpatient specialist rehabilitation for SCI in Queensland.

Community service providing lifelong support and advice.

Assists with transition from hospital to the community after a new SCI​.

Provides medical reviews as needed with key and specialist clinics​.

Upcoming resources

Bladder Cardiovascular Metabolic Musculoskeletal Psychosocial and Pain Respiratory Sexuality and Fertility

Please visit the pre-existing QSCIS website for additional SCI resources.  

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