North Dallas amputee’s return inspires health care workers

“She is absolutely the strongest woman that we have ever known.” Those are words people might reserve for a grandmother, mother, sister, wife, or close female friend whom they have known for a long time. In this case, though, those are the words that staff at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano used to describe … Continue reading North Dallas amputee’s return inspires health care workers




Dallas Marathon’s Team Audrey to feature ‘miracle’ Baylor patient

Audrey Self’s recovery since a Dallas car accident that nearly killed her in November 2013 has been a marathon, not a sprint. That’s the message that the 21-year-old’s longtime teacher, friend and mentor, Cynthia Anway, recalls Self sharing with her at one point during her treatment at the Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas Intensive Care … Continue reading Dallas Marathon’s Team Audrey to feature ‘miracle’ Baylor patient




This method of running is promising for those in injury rehabilitation

Deep water running can be used as a great training tool for both runners and triathletes. Running in the water is a total body exercise that works your legs, trunk, and arms, and positively stresses your cardiovascular system. Because deep water running is a non-impact and non-weight bearing exercise, it gives your body a break … Continue reading This method of running is promising for those in injury rehabilitation




Adaptive Sports Event: RISE Over Physical Disabilities

This Saturday, physically disabled children, adults and veterans from around the Dallas-Fort Worth area will defy common stereotypes and participate in adaptive recreational programs including water skiing, kayaking, swimming, basketball, soccer and others put on by RISE Adaptive Sports based out of Irving, Texas. RISE Adaptive Sports started with a mission to “assist persons with … Continue reading Adaptive Sports Event: RISE Over Physical Disabilities