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Patient or Victim?
by Michael Kelley
This past weekend most of us in the US enjoyed a nice three-day weekend in honor of Memorial Day. I had the opportunity to catch up on some news and came across an article online about a soldier who had lost all four limbs after a bomb exploded under Read More...
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Locked-In and Speaking Up
by Michael Kelley
Colleen Shaw, a 20-something aspiring filmmaker living and working in New York. Patrick Stein, a 20-something man living with Locked-In Syndrome. Two lives that couldn't be more different but have come together to tell a remarkable story in a very remarkable Read More...
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Running for Boston
by Michael Kelley
In the fall of 1993, at the ripe old age of seven, I followed my older brother to Portage Park a couple blocks from our house to our grade school's cross country team practice. In what I'm sure was a pretty pathetic effort, I ran my mile around the park Read More...
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Hospice PT
by Michael Kelley
These last few weeks, there has been a particularly troubling story in the news about 13-year-old Jahi McMath. For those unfamiliar with her story, here is an article from CNN , which provides a synopsis of what has taken place over the past month. Briefly, Read More...
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Weekend Work
by Michael Kelley
In the days leading up to Christmas, I kept seeing commercials and ads saying that even on Christmas Day, certain stores would be open 24/7. It got me thinking, I work at a hospital that has likely been open 24/7 for about 35 years straight. Hospitals Read More...
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Can Someone Please Turn the Physical Therapist in My Head Off?
by Michael Kelley
I love running. I love it so much that in the past five years I have done the following: 2009 Chicago Half Marathon 2009 Chicago Marathon 2010 Arizona Rock 'n' Roll Marathon 2010 Madison Half Marathon 2010 Pewaukee Sprint Triathlon 2010 Chicago Olympic Read More...
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