“Either you are going to stay like this or you are going to get up and you’re going to start doing something real quick.” Days after experiencing a stroke, Mary Rosales Garcia tapped into her inner motivation and pushed herself through stroke rehabilitation at Mary Free Bed at Covenant HealthCare. In this video, learn how […]
Kaitlynn Farr’s rehabilitation journey started after a car accident left her with broken hips, a broken ankle, and two fractured vertebrae. Just a few months later she’s walking without any assistive device making her Wonder Woman nickname never more fitting.
Ruby is just 11 weeks old. She is experiencing weakness in the muscles used to eat and drink safely. Mary Free Bed at Covenant’s interdisciplinary approach in its outpatient feeding clinic is helping infants like Ruby tip the scales in the right direction.
Dylan was diagnosed with Genu Varum and internal tibial torsion, and the earlier we can treat it, the better. The team at Mary Free Bed at Covenant HealthCare Orthotics & Prosthetics + Bionics aims to take Dylan’s everyday movements to the next level. Learn how KAFO braces work to keep kids on the go as […]
After a stroke left Elizabeth Simons unable to move, the 18-year-old Freeland, Michigan, resident used a positive attitude, hard work and advanced technology to regain her independence – and her smile. After graduating from inpatient rehabilitation at Mary Free Bed at Covenant HealthCare, Elizabeth is looking forward to continuing her recovery and getting back to […]
Retired Army specialist Ryan Carpenter was working on his house when he fell from a ladder, breaking his hip and shoulder. Ryan worked through the pain and met his goal to go home more quickly than expected.
The double Purple Heart recipient has fought hard to recover his strength and independence. He’s had help from his Mary Free Bed at Covenant family.
An ATV crash in July may have sidelined 14-year-old Austin Bennett’s plans to play football this season, but he’s looking forward to the future.
Rebekah Caudle and her boyfriend were involved in a New Year’s Day 2021 crash on a highway north of Ann Arbor.
After months recovering from COVID-19, Pastor Isaac Garcia was greeted by family and friends for a long-awaited reunion.