Neurogenic Bowel: What You Should Know (PDF)
This consumer guide is published by the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Consortium for Spinal Cord Medicine.

Bowel Function after Spinal Cord Injury (PDF)
Bowel management is a life-long balancing act to maintain control over your bowel movements and help you find that balance to maintain your quality of life. This fact sheet is written for consumers and developed through a collaboration between the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) and the Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems of Care. (en español)
 
Bowel Management
This 25 minute video stresses management and its importance on QOL, predicting bowel movements, avoiding bowel accidents, Bowel care procedures, Anatomical model demonstrations. Impact of nutrition, water, and medications on bowel management, and colostomy management. This video 1 in an 11-part video series provided by the University of Alabama at Birmingham Spinal Cord Injury Model System (UAB-SCIMS)

Bowel Problems
This is one of the Educational Brochures from the Rocky Mountain Regional Spinal Cord Injury System  – Spanish

Bowel Program: Lower Motor Neuron Injury
This is one of the Educational Brochures from the Rocky Mountain Regional Spinal Cord Injury System  – Spanish

Colostomies: A Radical Approach to Bowel Management
This is one of the Educational Brochures from the Rocky Mountain Regional Spinal Cord Injury System

Taking Care of Your Bowels: The Basics
SCI Patient Education Pamphlet from the Northwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury System (NWRSCIS).

Taking Care of Your Bowels: Ensuring Success
SCI Patient Education Pamphlet from the Northwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury System (NWRSCIS).

Bowel System: Common Problems
Information sheet from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago - Nursing Practice Council

Bowel System
Information sheet from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago - Nursing Practice Council

Bowel
A chapter from the Spinal Cord Injury Patient – Family Teaching Manual published by the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Delaware Valley (RSCICDV) at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Magee Rehabilitation Hospital. Spanish