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Iowa teacher returns to classroom after spinal cord injury
Patient Stories
February 25, 2021

As a teacher, lesson plans are a part of Whitney Hulse’s daily life. But after suffering a spinal cord injury in a car crash, Whitney, from Ames, Iowa, shifted from Spanish teacher to patient at Madonna’s Lincoln Campus, becoming a full-time student in relearning how to stand, walk and build stamina. Whitney worked tirelessly in therapy for six weeks, reaching milestones like standing, walking and driving. Today, Whitney is back in the classroom, teaching Spanish to her middle and high school students.

Lincoln man back to work in aviation one year after serious spinal cord injury
In the News
February 04, 2021

The last few years have been a roller coaster ride for James Rosenkranz. After breaking his leg in a 2018 car crash, James’ hope for a brief recovery has turned into years of rehabilitation. While healing from trauma, he developed a blood clot that traveled to his lungs causing a pulmonary embolism, and wound up in the hospital again. James slipped into a two-week coma, losing function of both legs. Doctors weren’t optimistic, giving James only an 11% chance of recovering. But that didn’t stop the retired Navy veteran from setting the bar high working with his care team at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals-Lincoln Campus.

Stroke survivor counts down the days to returning home
January 29, 2021

Like many patients, Melody Keup of North Platte, Nebraska, found hope and motivation in the stories of previous Madonna patients who had walked a similar path to hers. After surviving a stroke, her recovery at Madonna's Lincoln Campus was motivated by the calendar she found in her room. She met her goal to walk out of Madonna, with two calendars in tow. 

Young Kansan learns braille after traumatic brain injury
January 28, 2021

Young Kansan Caleb Tobias recovered at Madonna's Lincoln Campus after his family was involved in a motor vehicle accident. He overcame many challenges relearning basic skills, impressing his therapists daily. Caleb himself decided to add one more challenge to the list: learning braille.