Motor Learning Program | Skilled Outpatient Recovery

September 1, 2023

What happens to an individual after a life-altering injury? For many—even those in ideal circumstances—the stages following an injury consist of intensive acute and post-acute rehabilitation. Whether the phases of […]

Adaptive Sports: Think Outside. No Box Required

by TeamQLI

December 10, 2021

Would it surprise you to know that Omaha has, since 2014, received considerable national acclaim as an outdoor-first city? Sources ranging from websites like WalletHub, to major nonprofits like The […]

Virtual Meets Reality: Utilizing VR in Rehabilitation

by TeamQLI

November 15, 2021

Exercise assistant Tara Adams leads the way to the QLI East Campus Adaptive Sports Workshop. Justin Rutherford maneuvers behind her in a manual wheelchair, one muscular tattooed arm propped on […]

Words from a Warrior: Laura Burdick’s Journey

by TeamQLI

October 19, 2021

In May 2020, Laura Burdick saw herself as a woman at the top of her game. Just 33 years old, the Indiana native was an ambitious, athletic, accomplished professional shouldering […]

Lisa Kassebaum | An Unbreakable Bond

March 14, 2021

“I’m grateful that she has been a part of my program and helped me grow, when I am supposed to be someone to help her grow.” With the grit of […]

Full Send – Marty Ewing’s Resurgence Through Rehabilitation

May 6, 2020

Marty Ewing understands the details in perfection. As a star pitcher for Indiana University South Bend, Marty spent a lifetime on the mound getting the details perfect. Keeping his wrist […]

Marty Ewing | Full Send or No Send

October 18, 2019

The arrow strikes the coyote decoy above the kneebend of its hind leg. Barely a hit, the point only sinks in for the firmness of the target’s foam. Given a […]

Father Glen Wilwerding | A Morning at Ragbrai, A Glimpse of Recovery

July 25, 2019

The rain falls in sheets. Big, heavy drops like coins coming straight down from a textureless overcast sky. They land with pelting force, slapping noisily off the cars and RVs […]

Back on the Track After Brain Injury – Race Car Driver Josh Jackson

May 6, 2019

Meet Josh Jackson. At 17, Josh was one of the top dirt track race car drivers in the country. No one could deny that he was a whirlwind of talent […]

Adaptive CrossFit – Building More than Muscle

by Stephanie Roob, RDN, LMNT

January 20, 2019

When legendary CrossFit Games competitor and CrossFit Omaha co-owner Stacie Tovar agreed to help QLI build a high-intensity fitness program for men and women with disabilities, it was because of […]