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Cultivating relationships helps SCI survivor to thrive
August 15, 2019

When faced with an incomplete spinal cord injury and the challenge of relearning daily tasks, Kelli Pellman of Lenexa, Kansas, formed close bonds with her care team and fellow patients at Madonna's Lincoln Campus, helping provide motivation, inspiration and results.

Ninja warrior battles back after concussion
In the News, Patient Stories
July 30, 2019

To say Maggi Thorne is tough is an understatement. The Lincolnite is a  former standout UNL track athlete, mom of three and a five-year competitor on the popular television show American Ninja Warrior. After sustaining a concussion during the May finals course in Oklahoma, Maggi’s been recovering with outpatient therapy at Madonna TherapyPlus. 

Foundation Donor Spotlight: Bob Campbell
Foundation News
July 30, 2019

A faithful friend and supporter of Madonna for many years, Bob Campbell's tireless service has inspired many to invest in world-class rehabiltiation. What motivated him most was Madonna’s mission that gives patients hope for a renewed and better life. Read more to hear some of Bob's favorite Madonna memories and what has inspired his service to our hospitals and patients. 

Madonna aids in rehabilitation from acute flaccid myelitis
Patient Stories, Press Releases
July 22, 2019

Madonna therapists are accustomed to helping patients of all ages recover from stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury and complex medical issues, and from time to time, rare complications and diseases affecting mobility, cognition and ability to perform daily tasks. Such is the case with acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), a condition commonly described as “polio-like”, primarily affecting children. The condition affects the gray matter area of the spinal cord, which causes muscle weakness, diminished reflexes, and in the most extreme cases, respiratory failure.