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Four-sport athlete pushes herself to succeed in brain injury recovery
In the News, Patient Stories
February 16, 2023

From the basketball and volleyball courts to the track and softball field, 15-year-old Kinsley Provin is driven to succeed. But her biggest hurdle came off the field. Kinsley has spent the last five months recovering from a traumatic brain injury she sustained in a September car crash. She arrived at Madonna in a minimally conscious state, but proved nothing stands in her way, as she pushed herself to walk and talk again.

Crete firefighter inspires during burn recovery
In the News, Patient Stories
February 06, 2023

Brad Elder, a volunteer firefighter, sustained burn injuries while fighting a massive grass fire south of Lincoln, Nebraska, last fall. He came to Madonna’s regionally recognized burn program, where our clinical experts anticipate burn survivors’ needs and empower them with the knowledge and ability to manage wounds and scars. Read more about Brad’s remarkable recovery.

Cancer survivor relies on faith and family during recovery
In the News, Patient Stories
February 02, 2023

Madonna is uniquely positioned as a leader in the fight against cancer, as one of the nation’s only cancer specialty programs certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Scott Hueber, from Fort Wayne, Indiana, came to Madonna to rebuild his strength and regain his independence after a relapse of Mantle Cell Lymphoma, a rare blood cancer, and a 10-week hospital stay. Find out more about what made his recovery successful and his advice to those just starting their cancer journey here.

How do you know if you have long COVID?
In the News
January 26, 2023

Many people who have had COVID-19 experience symptoms—such as “brain fog,” breathlessness, fatigue, racing heart rate, anxiety and depression—for months after the initial infection. For those affected by long COVID, the search for answers can be complicated. That’s largely because post-COVID conditions vary from individual to individual, and for some, it can be difficult to know when or where to seek treatment.