The Patients Voice


Patient stories as told by the patients themselves

How Pressure Injuries/Ulcers (PI/PU) can affect us all

People who have suffered Pressure Ulcers, or have been directly affected have taken the time to share their experiences.


I remember my last pressure injury; I had to treat it for about a year... it was very painful. It’s like adding disability onto disability.

Jackson David

Spinal Cord Injury Patient

“The times I’ve been worried about developing a pressure ulcer have been awful as life literally has to stop.”

“The times I’ve been worried about developing a pressure ulcer have been awful as life literally has to stop.”

Karen Darke

British Paralympian

“The times I’ve been worried about developing a pressure ulcer have been awful. You have to cancel all commitments. It literally means shutting your life down and calling friends to help you with daily things, and that’s emotionally quite distressing.”

“The times I’ve been worried about developing a pressure ulcer have been awful. You have to cancel all commitments. It literally means shutting your life down and calling friends to help you with daily things, and that’s emotionally quite distressing.”

Throughout the years I have had friends that have lost their lives to pressure injuries.

Tatiana Ribero

Spinal Cord Injury Patient


Sooner or later, it’s going to hurt you and it’s going to break through the skin and become a pressure sore.

Miki Erez

Spinal Cord Injury Patient

Jackson David

Spinal Cord Injury Patient

Missing work was a big loss because I am the sole provider for my family, and I had to miss 3 months of work.

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