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A history of success -- one patient at a time
Over the years, we’ve helped so many patients recover and lead independent, fuller lives. Their successes took time, and plenty of commitment and determination.But with our help, they’ve achieved their goal of being self-sufficient individuals.
Our son Fabio suffered a severe brain injury in October 2006. ICU doctors at York Central Hospital told us that Fabio "is not a candidate for any active rehabilitation program due to his persistent vegetative state and, due to the severity of his brain injury, he will be placed in Complex Continuing Care." Read and watch Fabaio's Story
Born with cerebral palsy, Katerina walked with a noticeable limp. Her parents refused to accept doctors’ prognosis that their daughter would limp for the rest of her life, so they turned to the neurological disorders specialists at Health in Motion. Today, Katerina’s limp is almost gone, and she can run, jump and play with her friends at school. Read and watch Katerina’s story.
At 16 months old and living with cerebral palsy, Tadgh could not roll, sit up or speak. Unable to find adequate services in their native Ireland, Tadgh’s parents crossed an ocean to bring their child to Health in Motion. They were amazed by Tadgh’s progress after only one month of intensive therapy. Read and watch Tadgh’s story.
Ryan was born with a brain lesion that affected his respiratory, swallowing, speech and mobility functions. After five months of treatment at Health in Motion, he began doing things he never could before, including walking independently, jumping and even padding around on his tricycle. Read and watch Ryan’s story.
Sean was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was 10 months old. Described as having spastic quadriplegia, all four of Sean’s limbs were affected. He could not roll over, and his parents became concerned when he was not reaching his developmental milestones. After enrolling in Health in Motion's LIFE Program, Sean has learned to roll, crawl, sit up and even walk. Read and watch Sean’s story.