Charles Krauthammer had an accident that left him paralyzed at the age of 22. Diving into a swimming pool, Krauthammer hit his head on the bottom, breaking his cervical vertebrae and severing his spinal cord. More »

Doctor Charles Krauthammer is an American physician, journalist, political commentator and author. His weekly Washington Post column is printed in more than 400 newspapers worldwide, and it won him a Pulitzer Prize for c... More »

Charles Krauthammer is a quadriplegic. He suffered a cervical spinal cord injury in a diving accident during his first year of medical school at Harvard. More »

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Charles Krauthammer became paralyzed when he suffered a diving board accident when he was a 22-year-old medical student at Harvard. He hit his head at the bottom of a swimming pool and injured himself along his cervical ... More »

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Dr. Charles Krauthammer became paralyzed at age 22 when he hit his head on the floor of a pool after diving into the water. Due to the angle at which he hit the pool, the force of the trauma went directly to his cervical... More »