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Retraining the Brain: Read Katelyn’s Sound Therapy Story

Katelyn was on I-95 driving home from visiting friends and family when another car crossed two lanes of traffic and struck her vehicle. The next thing she knew she was on the side of the road covered in glass, calling the police. At first the 31-year-old

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A Body in Motion: Read Elizabeth’s Story

Singer. Dancer. Teacher. Performance is just part of Elizabeth’s DNA. “I tutor in the music department at Mercer County Community College, and I perform in the Kelsey Theater, so I am always moving,” says Elizabeth. Always, that is, until two herni

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Paratrooper Returns to Duty

The irony isn’t lost on Sergeant First Class (SFC) Michael Cahill. As a paratrooper in the United States Army, Mr. Cahill had survived numerous jumps and missions in Iraq unscathed only to suffer a crushing injury during a training jump away from combat

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Raising Little Voices: Read Amirah’s Story

One of the most anticipated milestones for any parent is hearing their child’s first words. Some children are content to take their time, while others begin with their first word and seem to never stop talking. There comes a point, however, when the wai

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Parkinson’s Patients Go BIG and LOUD

When Irene Blackburn began to lose strength in her muscles and started to feel off-balance, she just accepted it as the normal progression of Parkinson’s disease. “My balance was so bad, I thought I would end up needing to use a wheelchair. I felt lik