Twenty-year-old Nicole has a history of cerebral palsy. In 2007 she underwent surgery for a brain hemmorage, which caused severe weakness and increased spasticity in her right leg and arm. Nicole has participated in therapy for the past three years at Mary Free Bed and at home. Part of her therapy includes the SaeboFlex to [...]
Category Archive for 'Neurological Complications'
by Amanda Larsen, Mary Free Bed writer When 2-year-old Taya (Tay-ya) Cook hums Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star everyone listens, because she’s fighting to let her light shine. Taya has septo optic dysplasia, a birth defect resulting in damaged vision and neurological complications. Working with her therapists at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, Taya has proven [...]