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For Lizzie walking again following an accident was never thought was going to be possible, now training for her first marathon she carries her own injuries with the strength of Spaulding behind her.
I have been a physical therapist at Spaulding for the past 15 years, and I will keep Spaulding's motto of Find Your Strength with me as I train through the grueling Boston winter months to reach the finish line.
Story of Strength: Anthony Pappalardo
For Anthony running the Boston Marathon is something he never dreamed of doing especially after a car accident left him unable to move. Now training for his first marathon he runs for those who cannot
Luke is raising money for an organization that helped many of the Boston Marathon Bombing survivors and a hospital that helped him through a year-long rehabilitation effort after a motorcycle accident.
For Matt surviving a plane crashe he never thought he would walk again, now training for the Boston Marathon he runs for other patients like him fighting hard every day at Spaulding.
I am pleased and honored to run the Boston Marathon in honor of my brother, Joe Salerno. I run to raise money for the wonderful facility and for family that Spaulding has become.
Spaulding has given our family the best quality of care we could hope for. We are humbled, ecstatic, nervous and honored to be running for Spaulding Rehab.
Kirby's personal motivation for running the 2014 Boston Marathon is really a means to further challenge herself. She recently has been on a journey towards health and overall well-being and has lost close to 70 pounds.
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