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.
An electronic engineer by profession, Roger spent his life designing and fixing systems. But he needed help when it came to repairing his own heart.
They thought it was just a migraine, but it turns out Thomas, 13, had a brain tumor that required immediate surgery.
Physical, occupational and speech therapy helped Bee get back to the people and activities she loves.
Mom drives an hour and a half to CPMC after a nurse says her daughter's fingertip can't be reattached.
Michael shares his story about being diagnosed with prostate cancer and gaining a new appreciation for life.
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