Pressure Sore – 18 Days of Restrictions

“Mom I have a sore again!” The most dreaded words ever!  Why?  Why?  Why?  Was my first thought. Deep despair, digs into my heart. Really.  “AGAIN!” I shout in my brain. I want to cry but I know I have to stop. Time to reorganize my brain and present the solid self, the one who

Pressure Sores: Education is key to prevention

A pressure sore might also be called a pressure ulcers or bed sores. They occur when the skin and underlying tissue becomes damaged from too much pressure  or an injury that does not heal correctly. Individuals who uses wheelchair are at risk for pressure sores due to decreased blood flow, poor or no sensation and poor or misalignment