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Back in the classroom

After a life-threatening accident snowboarding, Naomi Lyall worked on recovery with Rehab Without Walls NeuroSolutions. She has returned to teaching Conceptual Physics classes and an active lifestyle.

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Creative solutions from patients

Marla Pomeranz-Rossman, an occupational therapist near Phoenix, Arizona, saw a need for custom gait belts that are used for helping therapists guide and lift patients. Until Marla stepped in, the belts came only in white or a pastel rainbow colors. For an extra $5, when someone purchases a belt, she donates a belt to Rehab Without Walls NeuroSolutions and the Brain Injury Alliance.

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“It makes my body feel better to be in the water”

Bill Boren’s regular therapy with Rehab Without Walls NeuroSolutions in Salt Lake City, Utah most often includes swimming. He was able to continue with his therapy when the FDA approved a special surgery providing him with a waterproof heart pump.

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Helping achieve goals

Irwin Altman from Rehab Without Walls NeuroSolutions talks about the specialized work with patients. Michael Kominska is one of those patients, who suffered an injury and has had to relearn basic motor skills. Michael was eventually able to return to high school and move on to college.

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