I do whatever I can to keep Mary safe – it is my job. But that little girl is strong-headed and is trying, even at 12 months – to get her way! This week has dealt us our scariest moment … Continue reading →
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Running is about practicing your strengths, fixing your weaknesses and making every race count. For 16-year-old Grace Norman, the biggest misconception about her running is that she’s slow. Learn more about how Michael Albert, MD, director of sports medicine and orthopaedics at Dayton Children’s, along with the company that developed Grace’s cheetah foot, have kept her up and running with the goal of making the 2016 Paralympic team