IMPACT Program: Coaching New Leaders

by TeamQLI

January 20, 2022

Berenice Cortes Lopez always knew she would help people and make an impact in their lives. “That’s always driven me,” she says. “Even growing up, I knew I wanted to […]

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 […]

Ready for the Encore: Finding Hope After Spinal Cord Injury

by TeamQLI

November 23, 2021

Rachael Johnson might live as a quadriplegic, a survivor who faces the challenges of a spinal cord injury every day. But that isn’t who she is. Leadership, creativity, compassion, personality […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Mindfulness | The Science Behind the Hype

by Jeff Snell PhD

May 17, 2020

Stress represents only the output of an equation. Americans are busier now than at any point in recent history. Smartphones keep us plugged in at all times. Constant notifications rattle […]

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, […]