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QLI Telerehabilitation | A Q&A with Melissa Anderson

With the launch of the QLI Telerehabilitation program earlier this year, QLI introduced a cutting-edge new system to redefine recovery in outpatient settings. Through the use of specialized video technology, QLI Telerehabilitation gives rehab clients unprecedented access to industry-leading brain and spinal cord injury expertise. For men and women returning home, to work, and to […]

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Marty Ewing | Full Send or No Send

The arrow strikes the coyote decoy above the kneebend of its hind leg. Barely a hit, the point only sinks in for the firmness of the target’s foam. Given a softer target, the arrow would’ve passed right through. A faster one, missed altogether. “I’m fighting spasms,” says 20-year-old Marty Ewing, seated in a manual wheelchair, […]

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Narrates the Story of Injured Race Car Driver Josh Jackson | Drivers and Dreams: Grassroots Racing in America

Celebrated dirt track race car driver Josh Jackson has triumphed beyond greater hardships than most people will ever know. After sustaining a near-fatal brain injury as the result of a mid-race accident, Josh found himself navigating a complex road to recovery. Intensive, real-world rehabilitation at Craig Hospital and QLI set the stage for lifelong growth, and a […]

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Shane Hultine | Taking the Plunge

Even before the end of his rehabilitation at QLI, Shane Hultine had a vision.  Nevermind it, was his vision. Nevermind the spinal cord injury that had made his life so very different. Nevermind the fact that his injury had eliminated the feeling and function below his abdominals. Nevermind what people thought or the perception that […]

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Garrett Sherley | How a QLI Boot Camp Sparked the Next Chapter of Lifelong Progress

Garrett Sherley is a different man now. He’s a different man than he was in 2014, when—just 21 and stationed in Georgia for his tenure in the United States Army—he suffered a near-fatal brain injury in a motorcycle accident, when doctors were substituting words like “future” and “happiness” with words like “unknown” and “survival.” And […]

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