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December 27, 2012

Carter’s cranium remolding

By Margaret Shepard, Communications Specialist Margaret_Marie

For Carter Schlink cranium remolding — and the colorful helmet that makes it possible — are a great fit.

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Tags: 5302, 5306, 5335, Carter Schlink, Mayo Clinic, Occupational therapy, Pediatrics, Sherilyn Driscoll


November 27, 2012

Working Your Way Down and Out

By Margaret Shepard, Communications Specialist Margaret_Marie

Therapy and a positive attitude have helped Chad Hanson gain a level of independence unimaginable after breaking his neck in an accident.

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Tags: 5176, 5302, 5335, assistive technology, Chad Hanson, Dr. Jeffrey Strommen, Mayo Clinic, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitiation


March 2, 2012

Patient’s Valentine’s Day Engagement provides an Inspiring Example for Others

By MakalaArce MakalaArce

Amanda Mattheisen has endured chronic back pain since a car accident thirteen years ago. At times, the pain was so bad it controlled her life. Surgeries and drug treatments brought no relief. Eventually, Mattheisen turned to Mayo Clinic’s two-day Pain Rehabilitation Program, a program designed to help people whose pain cannot be cured to learn […]

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Tags: 5302, 5308, 5335, Amanda Mattheisen, back pain, Charles Buggs, chronic, Joan Cronin, Pain Rehabilitation Program, Valentine's Day


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