Alisha Metcalf was watching her husband, Matt, join his Cub Scout troop on a homemade slip-and-slide when she noticed his body turn awkwardly as he went down the slide. A bulging disc in Matt's neck had immediately paralyzed him from the neck down. After spinal fusion surgery and hard work at the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute, Matt is now walking again and is determined to come back even better than before his injury.
After suffering a heart attack at 32, Tiffany Butler needed a complex procedure offered only at Mills-Peninsula and one other California hospital.
Noticing the lack of original artwork during his father's rehabilitation, Elliot created photographs geared toward inspiring patients.
A patient reunites with his horse 16 days after Guillain Barré syndrome paralyzed him in the middle of the night.
Mike Harding shares how the people at Mills-Peninsula made his patient experience memorable.
A 71-year-old woman is still riding her Harley-Davidson® motorcycle despite having hip replacement surgery.