The purposes of this study were to describe the source and content of health care received by individuals with spinal cord injury and to describe what healthcare services are desired but are not obtained by these individuals. Healthcare services were defined for this study as promoting general health and having a disability-related component so that these variables could be examined in more depth. Data were collected using a mailed questionnaire. Results showed that respondents consulted rehabilitation medicine physicians and family practice physicians most frequently and that the topics of discussion at healthcare visits were overwhelmingly disability-related. Additionally, health promotion services were desired more frequently than disability-related services and, specifically, access to services relating to exercise, nutrition, and stress management were desired. The findings suggest that healthcare providers who have clients with spinal cord injury may want to include more health promotion services to serve this population more fully.