The American College of Personal Injury Physicians was founded in 2000 by endownment from The Bodnar Foundation for the explicit purpose of education and research pointed toward spinal cord injuries. Since it’s founding the College has grown to have nearly 3,000 members and providers continuing medical education all over the world. The College has helped to advance research for spinal cord injuries, their treatment, and the advancement of educational resources for providers to better care for these injuries and patients.