Traumatic Injury

The Effects of Adaptive Sea Kayaking on Seated Balance and Exercise Self-Efficacy Among Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury

In this study, researchers are interested in determining how participating in an adaptive sea kayak program may improve functional and perceived ability to complete balance related activities, including tasks of daily living and physical activity, for those with spinal cord injury (SCI).  The team are recruiting individuals with SCI that are participating in the BC Mobility Opportunities Society (BCMOS) Paddle Program; the goal is to recruit participants who intend to complete at least 10 sessions of sea kayak paddling over a 12 week period.