Former Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is proving why she is a true champion.
Former Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen will be transferred from Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center in Arizona to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Englewood Wednesday morning.
A man who has inspired many Coloradans is now on the receiving end of that good will after suffering a devastating accident that claimed the use of his legs.
A world-renowned snowboarder returned to Craig Hospital where he began his recovery for a brain injury. Kevin Pearce was critically injured in during training in Dec. 2009.
Leonard Somers knows exactly why dogs are considered man’s best friend.
Redefining what’s possible — that’s what they do at Craig Hospital every day, and now they’re working on another rehabilitation innovation.
Following a Nov. 17, 2010, car wreck on Colorado Highway 86, doctors drilled a hole into then 19-year-old Hailey Misheff’s skull and induced a medical coma to reduce swelling in her brain.
A drunk driver in Alaska who struck a couple from Littleton has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
The aunt of a woman injured in the Aurora movie theater shooting told reporters Monday her niece is fully aware of the fact that her daughter was killed and is relying on lots of love from her family.
It was an inspiring day on the water Friday for dozens of patients from Craig Hospital.