Physical therapist Michele Ahern of the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City adjusted the leg braces worn by 11-year-old Ka’Vyea Tyson-Curry during a recent rehab session. Tanesha Tyson gave her son encouragement.
Physical therapist Michele Ahern of the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City adjusted the leg braces worn by 11-year-old Ka’Vyea Tyson-Curry during a recent rehab session. Tanesha Tyson gave her son encouragement. Photos by JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Physical therapist Michele Ahern of the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City adjusted the leg braces worn by 11-year-old Ka’Vyea Tyson-Curry during a recent rehab session. Tanesha Tyson gave her son encouragement. Photos by JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

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