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So what? Your child is wetting the bed and everyone keeps saying they will grow out of it. But will they? And when? Are there consequences for just waiting?
For a man who stands “on my tiptoes’’ at 5 foot nothing, Jassen Yoke is making a large, lasting impression with patients on the physical rehabilitation unit of Genesis Medical Center, West Central Park.
As a new parent, we’re all so anxious for our babies to meet their next developmental milestone. When will he start rolling? When will she start walking?
Will McGuirk’s injuries were serious. So serious that there was discussion by his medical team about what level of recovery could be expected.
Alex Yule in many ways is a typical 5-year-old. But at just 14-months, he developed epilepsy.
The interdisciplinary team of Genesis professionals helped Rod Becker recover from traumatic brain injury following a vehicle accident.
In the face of a genetic disorder, Cesar Marceleno works with therapists at the Genesis Pediatric Therapy Center in Bettendorf to grow stronger every day.
Kale woke up one morning with a stiff neck, eventually losing function in his legs and arms. He has since made progress with help from Genesis Physical Therapy.
Nellie Stuart, 11, has Rasmussen’s Encephalitis, a neurological disease that can cause frequent seizures.
Derek Schroeder makes spectacular progress with Genesis Physical Therapy after an injury that nearly left him paralyzed.
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