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Introduction Paragraph edited There are approximately 450000 people in the US alone living with spinal cord injuries with an annual increase of up to 10000 82 of these people are male and almost all of the injuries were the results of accidents that could have been prevented including vehicle crashes violence and falls A spinal cord injury should never have to happen and by looking at these numbers it is obviously needed to educate people further on the topic In this report expect to learn about the different types of injuries that can occur the acute and chronic care for spinal injuries the long-term treatment and therapy available and finally the emotional and financial effects on the victim and their families With the high costs and sudden physical restrictions on a person a serious spinal cord injury could drastically change a persons life forever Even though I dont know that much about being a psychologist I have always felt that it would be a job that I would enjoy and that I would be fairly good at Through interviewing a registered psychologist I didnt find out anything about the profession that surprised me or that I disliked One of the questions that I asked Dr Mermigis Lambros was what education he needed to become a psychologist He said that he went to University- which is exactly what I have always wanted to do Although University would be a lot of work presumably more than a career which only required going to college I feel that I am a hard worker so if I decided that this is what I would like to do I would be prepared to work at it Also another thing that we talked about which I would be very interested in doing is starting up my own clinic one day I have always been very interested in working for myself one day and I was happy to hear
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