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FDA Approves Spinal Cord Stimulator That Eliminates Annoying Side Effects Of Previous Models

The FDA had just approved the Senza Spinal Cord Stimulator which eliminates the down side of previous units.


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Magee Rehabilitation Hospital Receives $300K Grant For Spinal Cord Injury Medical Home

Magee Rehabilitation Hospital has been given a three-year grant worth $300,000 to help improve the quality of care and follow ups for outpatients with Spinal Cord Injury.


Robert Ward pictured on treadmill. (Credit: Suzanne Monaghan)

Walk To Victory Raises Money For Patients With Spinal Cord Injuries

The Walk to Victory over Paralysis kicked off Saturday morning at the Magee Rehabilitation Hospital’s clinic on Columbus Boulevard. The event raises money for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation and part of the money goes toward funding patient treatment.


Eagles linebacker Najee Good signs an autograph during a gathering for patients and families at Magee Rehab in Philadelphia on Monday. (Photo by Mark Abrams/KYW)

Eagles Players, Cheerleaders Host Playoff Pep Rally For Patients At Magee Rehabilitation Hospital

A trio of Philadelphia Eagles, and a group of cheerleaders descended on Magee Rehab Monday afternoon to light up the fans for playoff football at the Linc.


Health Bionic Arm

Health: New Hope Locally For Patients With Paralysis

There is new hope for patients who struggle with paralysis from strokes or accidents, and it’s a first in Philadelphia. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you a new bionic arm.


(Paintings by Daren Dieter, provided by Magee Rehab.)

Paralyzed Artist Daren Dieter, Son of Phila. Consumer Advocate, Dead at 29

Daren Dieter, 29, died suddenly Tuesday, four years after being gravely wounded in a shooting.


(The "Rolling Rabbis" meet with reporters on the roof of Magee Rehab, in center city Philadelphia.  Photo by Steve Tawa)

3 Rabbi-Bicyclists Arrive In Philadelphia On Cross-Country Fundraising Tour

A group calling itself “The Rolling Rabbis” pedaled into Philadelphia on Thursday as part of a cross-country trip to raise money for children with special needs.