Believe in a way back after stroke

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Four days a week you will find Mary Grimming, a 66-year-old stroke survivor, exercising in Magee Riverfront’s Wellness gym for several... Read more

Believe in a way back to a new adventure

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On any given Sunday at Go Vertical in Philadelphia, you may come across the petite and fearless Rebecca Levenberg, scaling a rock wall several... Read more

Believe in a way back to fitness with a spinal cord injury

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It's 7:30 a.m. at Magee Riverfront’s Wellness Center and Delano Turnipseed has already broken a sweat on a very unique type of exercise... Read more

Believe in a way back to the courts

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It is a cool crisp afternoon in February, and Robert Pittman walks onto the court lightly balancing on two forearm crutches. Today, he is graduating... Read more

Believe in a way back to the dance floor

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It’s 9 a.m. in Magee Riverfront’s therapy gym. Marilyn Palley walks in with her grandmother Butzi’s cane in hand. Approaching... Read more

Believe in a way back: Completing a triathlon after a spinal cord injury

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When Jessica Cappella’s book club friends gave her an entry to Mullica Hill’s Queen of the Hill triathlon as a Christmas gift,... Read more

Blue Cross Broad Street Run: Stroke survivor believes in a way back

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This time two years ago, Dr. Tom Leonard should have been prepping for his 10th Broad Street Run. That was his plan, anyway. The year before... Read more

Put Jack Frost in his place: Staying safe in winter weather

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Icy sidewalks. Driveways full of snow. As the temperatures drop… so do, well, people. Your morning run or shoveling walkways have the... Read more