Hope Maiden uses an upper extremity bike to strengthen her right arm. Maiden, a Great Falls High School student, was in a life-threatening car wreck in 2006 and spent two months in the hospital. She is a patient at Springs Physical Therapy in Lancaster.
Hope Maiden uses an upper extremity bike to strengthen her right arm. Maiden, a Great Falls High School student, was in a life-threatening car wreck in 2006 and spent two months in the hospital. She is a patient at Springs Physical Therapy in Lancaster.
Hope Maiden uses an upper extremity bike to strengthen her right arm. Maiden, a Great Falls High School student, was in a life-threatening car wreck in 2006 and spent two months in the hospital. She is a patient at Springs Physical Therapy in Lancaster.

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March 15, 2008 12:29 AM

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