Intensive Therapy at New England Rehab Gives Active Patient Two Legs to Stand On
May Mu Tung was very active. She played tennis and golf and loved to ski; the problem is, her knees didn't enjoy these activities as much as she did.
Builder Rebuilds His Life with Strong Support from Rehab Teams
New England Rehab, Braintree Rehab Combine Forces to Forge Success
for Brain Injury Patient
After Suffering Stroke, Chiropractor Using Brainpower to Help Other Stroke Victims
With his life-changing event and his intensive study of BBT behind him, he now uses his knowledge to help other stroke victims recover from their own debilitating issues.
She Lost a Leg,
But Found New Outlook
Townsend woman determined to live life to the fullest.
The High-Tech Autoambulator
Nothing external had ever been able to hurt John Nelson.
Faith - And Sound Therapy - Work Miracles For Guillain Barre Victim
It's a disease with no known cure and a variety of debilitating symptoms. It is also one of the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed maladies around. It's even hard to pronounce.
Lynn-Born Priest Overcomes Stroke With A "Little Help" From His Friends
Father John Carroll Experiences Healing Power of Prayer, Rehab Firsthand
High-Tech Autoambulator Gives Physician A Hand In Learning To Walk Again
Alexander Latty used to run six to seven miles a day. That, however, was before the 61-year-old Boxford, Massachusetts physician had a stroke that left him bedridden and paralyzed on his right side following an operation to control an aneurysm.