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In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, clinicians and patients at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital share their experience with amputations and rehabilitation.

On April 16, 2013, Carol Owens, PT, GCS, Therapy Manager at Magee Riverfront spoke to Philly.com about recovery after amputation. The full article is available on Philly.com's Sports Doc blog.

On April 19, Ali Gorman, RN from ABC 6 visited Magee to learn more about rehabilitation after amputation. She spoke with Alex Kobb, PT, CCCE about the physical recovery from an amputation, and clinical psychologist Dr. Lenore Spiegel about the emotional recovery.

On May 7, Zach Lashway from PHL 17 visited the Magee Riverfront Outpatient and Wellness Center to learn more about life after amputation. He spoke with patient Rebecca Levenberg, as well as PTA Deb Davis and clinical psychologist Dr. Lenore Spiegel.

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