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Men have pelvic floors too

The Pelvic Floor: Answering Frequently Asked Questions

Most people have heard about the core muscles. As dancers, you are likely familiar with this group of muscles. A part of the core that is less talked about is the pelvic floor muscles.

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SRALab sled hockey team

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Blackhawks Sled Hockey Team Nets NHL Invitational Championship

For a remarkable fourth time in the past six years, the SRAlab Blackhawks are champions of the National Hockey League Sled Hockey Classic!

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Ignacio

“My Sweet Spot“: Ignacio Perez's Return to Rehabilitation Nursing after Acute Care

“I'm in a sweet spot here,” he said. “I have the ability to put in quality work, spend time with and get to know patients, and hone my craft. The pace is good — busy yet steady — and I am able to produce my best work and provide quality care.”

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Nicole's Story

What “The Soul Moves First” Means to Nicole

Nicole posted the below reflection to Facebook about her recent Multiple Sclerosis (MS) diagnosis and the reawakening she had seeing “The Soul Moves First” after therapy at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

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Impact Report 2021

2021 Impact Report

On behalf of everyone at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, we thank you for your support. We invite you to take a look at our FY21 Impact Report below.

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Samantha Lewis at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab for Long-Covid recovery

NYT: Cognitive Rehab: One Patient’s Painstaking Path Through Long Covid Therapy

Nearly two years into the pandemic, advances have been made in treating Covid itself, but long Covid — a constellation of lingering health problems that some patients experience — remains little understood.

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Top Climber SkyRise Chicago

SkyRise Chicago – Event Recap

On Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021, we hosted the 13th annual SkyRise Chicago at Willis Tower. This year’s event included both in-person participation in the world’s tallest indoor stair-climbing event, as well as a virtual option for participants — running, stepping and cycling in their communities in support of the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

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