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Arnoldo Vasquez Hernandez was pinned under an oak tree that fell on his house during a tornado in January 2021, requiring a rare, in-the-field amputation. After being fitted for a prosthetic leg, he is now able to take his first steps in nearly five months.
Betsy Pringle recently had her power wheelchair fitted with a high-tech hardware and software platform to provide stability, security and connectivity.
Children spend several hours in a wheelchair, going through a library and out to lunch, to understand and be aware of the challenges disabled people experience every day.
UAB’s team of rehab psychologists provides care and pathways to better the quality of life for patients who suffer from a multitude of traumatic injuries.
The UAB Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is one of the Southeast’s foremost providers of comprehensive rehabilitation care.
UAB will create a labyrinth on the floor of the Holmes Pavilion to promote wellness and healing for patients, family and staff.

UAB and local businesses honor a late, inspiring wheelchair user by donating a custom wheelchair in his name to a deserving recipient.

The Women’s Committee of the Spain Rehabilitation Center will host its signature benefit and Valentine’s Day celebration, “The Firefly,” on Saturday, Feb. 13, at The Florentine at 6 p.m.
The Reflection Garden is a tribute and memorial to the life and service of Cecil Nepomuceno, M.D., a member of the department’s faculty from 1970 until his retirement in 1994.
UAB’s Spain Rehabilitation Center celebrates its 50th anniversary with a scientific symposium on traumatic brain injury.

Candace L. Floyd, Ph.D., will hold an endowed chair in the Spain Rehabilitation Center.

People with spina bifida now routinely live into adulthood; UAB’s Adult Spina Bifida Clinic handles their changing needs with one-stop shopping.

The dinner event will raise funds for a new handicap-accessible van.

About 147,000 UnitedHealthcare customers in Alabama will have access to UAB physicians, facilities.
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