Now You Can

Rehabilitation success is measured in breakthroughs—taking a step after a severe brain trauma, the feeling of reassurance after a spinal cord injury, words after a stroke. At Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals, our physicians, staff and technology bring hope to families and healing to patients. So with every new breakthrough, they can come to believe, “NOW YOU CAN.”

Additional Programs & Services

At Madonna, patients will experience specialized services and additional programs that focus on real-life skills to help them achieve their greatest level of independence and return to their families, work, school, community and activities

Our Locations

Patients and families from around the country can be served at one of our two campuses: Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska, where highly skilled clinicians provide world-class rehabilitation with state-of-the-art technology.

Research Institute

Madonna’s Institute for Rehabilitation Science & Engineering is dedicated to finding ways to improve medical rehabilitation through the application of new methods and development of innovative technology.

Recent News

Adam Brubaker determined to walk again after paralysis (Jefferson Herald)

7/27/2017 2:51 PM | In the News

Former Madonna patient Adam Brubaker shares his story with his hometown newspaper, the Jefferson Herald, of Jefferson, Iowa.

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News: Elvis impersonator visits pediatric patient

7/26/2017 2:03 PM | In the News, Press Releases

News cameras were there as an Elvis impersonator made a surprise visit to pediatric patient.

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Guillian-Barre syndrome survivor returns to Lincoln (KOLN)

7/21/2017 10:04 AM | In the News

1011 News (KOLN) was there as a former patient who recovered from Guilliain-Barre syndrome, Karen Guyll, returned to Madonna's Lincoln Campus to meet with patients fighting the same battle.

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Westside student recovering a year after inexplicable brain aneurysm (KETV)

7/21/2017 10:01 AM | In the News

Gavin Christiansen shares an update with KETV on how he is doing a year after a brain aneurysm.

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Nebraska trucker with nerve damage considers this adaptive technology a ‘game changer’

7/19/2017 5:01 PM | Patient Stories

Keith Rader is a truck driver who improvised the way he lived life after suffering permanent nerve damage to his right hand. That’s now changed after a Madonna occupational therapist introduced him to a new piece of technology. Keith says it’s a game changer that fits like a glove.

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