Brain Injury – A Rose is a Rose

by Karen Hux, PhD, CCC-SLP

March 11, 2022

A rose is a rose is a rose… True enough. But the many types of roses that exist deserve differentiation as unique and distinct phenomena. The same is true of […]

Aphasia: The Frontlines of Communication and Research at QLI

by Taylor Kerschke, CCC-SLP

January 25, 2022

Aphasia is a language disorder associated with injury to parts of the brain responsible for communication. Arguably the best way to describe aphasia is with an example. The American Speech-Language-Hearing […]

Bionics: The Ekso and Ambulation After Injury

by Brad Dexter, PT, DPT

January 25, 2022

Following a traumatic injury, whether permanent or temporary, a loss of the ability to walk can be life-altering and is frequently reported as the number one patient goal for rehabilitation. […]

One Million Steps Forward – QLI and the Eksoskeleton

by Brad Dexter, PT, DPT

August 21, 2021

When Tyler Bruck stands from a chair on the morning of November 17, 2020, the action receives a shower of applause. Normally packed to the walls with rehabilitation technology, today […]

Growing Leaders and Closing the Job Seeking Gap

August 19, 2021

A gap exists between businesses and jobseekers. Companies seek bright, new talent. Prospective employees compete for bold and fulfilling opportunities. But often, desires don’t match up. Job postings demand a […]

The Neuroscience of Gratitude

by Jeff Snell PhD

August 6, 2021

Life is stressful. Even ignoring the unique pressures of a pandemic, we all have a lot going on. We balance parental duties with professional demands. We navigate school for our […]

Further | Stronger | Better – The Unstoppable Tess Sunderland

May 20, 2020

Take a moment to visualize everything that makes you, you. Your career, favorite sports team, or favorite junk food. The phone call you make to your mother every Sunday. Your […]

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 […]

Neuroplasticity: What it Takes to Become an Expert

by Jeff Snell PhD

May 6, 2019

The human brain has a unique superpower called neuroplasticity. All of us have skills we’d like to improve.  Perhaps it’s something straightforward—a golf swing, a desire to learn the ukulele, […]

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 […]