Skip to main content

Category: 180 Medical Community

Call Toll-Free (877) 688-2729
Life with an Ileostomy: Darlene’s 180 Medical Community Story

Around 1.6 million Americans are living with inflammatory bowel disease…

180 Medical Touches Lives: A Mother’s Story

At 180 Medical, we feel incredibly lucky not only to…

Living with BPH: Donald’s 180 Medical Community Story

A lot of people in the 180 Medical community use…

“I’m a Bladder Cancer Survivor” – 180 Medical Community Stories

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. Bladder cancer is quite…

Cooper the Miracle Baby – 180 Medical Community Stories

The 180 Medical Community is full of diverse people of…

Keep Pushing: The Story of Aaron and Peter Berry

Aaron and Peter Berry grew up in Houston, TX, with…

Emphasizing Ability Over Disability: Max Malec’s Story

Max Malec was born with spina bifida. However, he doesn’t…

Beating Spinal Cord Injury One Day at a Time: Mason Ellis’s Story

Mason could never have foreseen how his life would be completely different after he became a quadriplegic after a serious car accident. But he’s been determined from the start to not let it beat him. Find out more about him and the ways he is changing others’ lives!

Dreams Come True After SCI: Jen Goodwin’s Continuing Story

Jen Goodwin’s life was forever altered by a boating accident that left her quadriplegic, but she was determined not to let her spinal cord injury be an obstacle to her life goals. Find out more about her life since rehabilitation therapy and the goals she has achieved in Part Two of our two-part blog series.

Determined: Jen Goodwin After Spinal Cord Injury

Jen Goodwin’s life changed in the blink of an eye when she sustained a serious spinal cord injury on a neighbor’s boat. Learn about her path to recovery and her determined spirit in Part One of a two-part series of blog posts.

Introducing Grant: 180 Medical Spina Bifida Community Stories

As part of honoring and highlighting National Spina Bifida Awareness Month, 180 Medical is featuring one of our friends who lives with Spina Bifida.