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In New Issue of Spinal Column, Shepherd Center Employees Reflect on the Unique Paths that Led Them to Where They are Today

The winter 2022 issue of Shepherd Center's quarterly magazine is now available for download as a PDF file here. Subscribers to the print version should have received copies via postal mail.

In this issue, Shepherd Center employees reflect on the unique paths that led them to where they are today. Whether they were patients at Shepherd first or started on one career path and ended up doing something different, each story shows the drive and passion they have to serve patients and families.

The magazine also features these stories among other patient profiles, staff highlights, honorariums and memorials:

When Dedication and Perseverance Pay Off After sustaining a spinal cord injury, Chris Bailey has made it his job to regain as much function as he can.

Shepherd Center Launches Pursuing Possible Campaign Pursuing Possible: The Campaign for Shepherd Center bolsters efforts to provide extraordinary care.

Shepherd Center's Complex Concussion Clinic This program spotlight demonstrates of the Complex Concussion Clinic provides specialized rehabilitative care for people with mild traumatic brain injuries.

From I Can't to I Can: Shawn Tyson Nearly two years after sustaining a traumatic brain injury, Shawn Tyson has made tremendous progress and plans to get back to working with cars.

You can subscribe to the print and/or e-newsletter versions of Shepherd Center's magazine here.

About Shepherd Center

Shepherd Center provides world-class clinical care, research, and family support for people experiencing the most complex conditions, including spinal cord and brain injuries, multi-trauma, multiple amputations, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and pain. Ranked by U.S. News as one of the nation’s top 10 hospitals for rehabilitation and the best in the Southeast, Shepherd Center treats more than 850 inpatients and 7,600 outpatients annually with unmatched expertise and unwavering compassion to help them begin again.