Tag "physical therapy"

Thankful doesn’t begin to describe how I feel as I reflect upon the last few months. I am thankful that my son, Anthony, is exactly where he is right now. Thankful that his injury wasn’t worse that it was. And › Continue Reading

When Brayden was born, doctors told his parents he may never walk because of his cerebral palsy, but this weekend his family will be watching as he runs his first 5K race with five of his newest friends. Toeing the › Continue Reading

When walkers register for Cincinnati Walks for Kids each year, they become a part of the medical center. The funds raised by walkers can be designated to a specific part of the hospital, or can be directed to the greatest › Continue Reading

The “Top Doctors” issue in Cincinnati Magazine covered the work being done in the Aaron W. Perlman Center at Cincinnati Children’s to help its youngest patients with mobility using typical toys modified for the children’s needs. Molly Fugate, a physical therapist at › Continue Reading

Austin’s 5K

Through my work as a physical therapist, I have had the privilege of meeting a young man named Austin. Austin is 17 years old and lives in Batavia. He has been a Cincinnati Children’s patient for many years. Images of › Continue Reading