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After spending weeks at the hospital with declining health due to COVID-19, Topeka Pastor Walter Sherrod described himself as “a miracle!” After conquering COVID-19, his recovery journey continued at Topeka’s Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital to help him walk and stand. His muscles in his legs were weak, and he had no stability, but his therapists helped him learn how to walk again. (Source: KSNT)
Bruce Jensen’s dog Riley brings a deeper meaning to man’s best friend.
Four-and-a-half years ago, Bob Grochowski of Topeka was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease after experiencing tremors.
Peg Wittmer had finished riding 16 miles on her bicycle and made a trip to the grocery store before she started feeling as if she pulled a muscle.
Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital is observing American Stroke Month by creating a stroke chain in support of stroke victims. Members of the community are encouraged to sign the chain to acknowledge they know the signs of stroke and to show honor to those who have experienced the disease.
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As we age, our brains change. Traumatic brain injuries can alter how we experience these changes. Attend this virtual CEU opportunity to learn more about traumatic brain injuries and their impact on aging. Guest speaker Dr. Richard Senelick specializes in both neurology and the subspecialty of neurorehabilitation.