Amy Van Dyken Rouen
Friday night’s Rocky Mountain Showdown featured some special alumni on the field during the coin toss.
Injured Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has posted videos on social media of herself taking steps with the help of a walker and a bionic exoskeleton device.
Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen rolled through the hospital doors in her sleek-looking purple wheelchair, her familiar smile on her face and her bubbly personality ready to be unleashed.
Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is being released from a Denver-area hospital to continue her rehabilitation after an all-terrain vehicle crash left the 41-year-old paralyzed just below the waist.
Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is joining about 50 other patients at her rehabilitation hospital for a day of boating near Denver.
Since arriving back in her home state of Colorado to start rehab at Craig Hospital, Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has been captivating the community as she adjusts to life in a wheelchair.
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As former Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen continues her rehabilitation at Craig Hospital, she is now taking short trips many of us take for granted.
Not long after Amy Van Dyken-Rouen had surgery for a life-threatening spine injury, while she still wasn’t completely out of danger, her husband placed a cellphone in her hands.
Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has had her first dinner out since her life-threatening spine injury, and says she continues to get stronger from rehab at Craig Hospital.