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Faith and Hope Helps Man Recover from Traumatic Brain Injury

  Dave Meinema suffered a traumatic brain injury from a severe car accident in February 2013. His faith and hope has led him to a remarkable recovery. “It is a miracle that I’m here today,” says Dave. Read more about Dave and Marissa’s journey on their CaringBridge page.

Teenager Documents Journey with Cerabral Palsy Part 4

We are excited to welcome Katharine as our first Mary Free Bed Guest Blogger. She came to Mary Free Bed for rehabilitation following a complicated surgery to correct her gait. Kat is blogging about this experience, and she is allowing us to share her thoughts with you. Keep on keepin’ on Well hey! So far…
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Teenager Documents Journey with Cerabral Palsy Part 3

We are excited to welcome Katharine as our first Mary Free Bed Guest Blogger. She came to Mary Free Bed for rehabilitation following a complicated surgery to correct her gait. Kat is blogging about this experience, and she is allowing us to share her thoughts with you. My new home. Today was a big day…
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Teenager Documents Journey with Cerebral Palsy Part 2

We are excited to welcome Katharine as our first Mary Free Bed Guest Blogger. She came to Mary Free Bed for rehabilitation following a complicated surgery to correct her gait. Kat is blogging about this experience, and she is allowing us to share her thoughts with you. Hi! So I’m still getting the hang of…
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Teenager Documents Journey with Cerebral Palsy

We are excited to welcome Katharine as a Mary Free Bed Guest Blogger. She came to Mary Free Bed for rehabilitation following a complicated surgery to correct her gait. Kat is blogging about this experience, and she is allowing us to share her thoughts with you. My Story. Hi! My name is Katharine, and I created…
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Mary Free Bed 2013 Midwest Wheelchair Tennis Championship

  This hometown tournament, a part of the NEC International Wheelchair Tennis Tour, is on the map for over 50 wheelchair tennis athletes from all over the world. From junior athletes to paralympians, this is the must see tournament full of competition.View a still image montage of the 2013 Midwest Wheelchair Tennis Championship, July 11-14,…
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Man Overcomes Guillain-Barré Syndrome and Restores His Independence

  Robert Clark, an avid tennis player, awoke with a severe backache after an exhausting match the day before. His condition deteriorated from there – loss of finger, hand, arm and leg movement until Robert was completely paralyzed. His diagnosis turned out to be Guillain-Barré syndrome, a serious disorder that occurs when the body’s immune…
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Sports Concussion Patient Feels Like Part of the Mary Free Bed Family

  Marie McKinnon, a senior at Hopkins High School, was participating in her first varsity basketball scrimmage back in November 2012, when she collided with a fellow teammate. Marie cracked her skull above her right eye, and her teammate broke her orbital bone. Both suffered concussions from the collision. Marie says that her three months…
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