Not all strokes happen quickly. But quick action still makes all the difference.
At age 17, Shawn Wieland suffered a traumatic brain injury in a winter car crash. Twenty years later, he's back to walking and playing guitar.
Jason Blakeslee almost died in a motorcycle crash. With the help of art and occupational therapy, he's regaining mobility and danced with his wife at a recent wedding.
Adjusting to life without her right leg, Nicole Campbell shows tenacity and humor. Her goal: to return to the teaching job she loves.
Partially paralyzed by a spinal stroke, Kevin Hanlon is determined to run a 5K.
After suffering severe injuries in a car-deer accident, Linda Ball stages a recovery that impresses her family and medical team.
A stroke victim's newfound love of painting helped her reclaim strength and self-confidence.
Jason Wise almost died in 2016. A year later, he's back to his love of music—and spinning tunes for the people who helped him get there.
Thanks to his dedication to pulmonary rehab, Larry Haas is breathing better and enjoying life again.
Avid fisherman Jim Ehnen despaired over his Parkinson’s diagnosis―until he found hope.
After battling back from a heart condition and leukemia, Liz Klinkoski, 31, is now recovering from a stroke.
Not enough doctors recommend cardiac rehab, American Heart Association says.
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