Clara Boatwright and Alice Wells
“They answered all my questions and went above and beyond to take care of me,” said Alice. “The people were really nice, but tough when they had to be—like friends—and I looked forward to going to my sessions.”
"I went from a dark place where I was kind of depressed to having a very optimistic view of the future.”
On a sunny June afternoon, 59-year-old Stan Winnick of Robbinsville, New Jersey was having a perfect day.
"I was able to pursue my care here with professionals I trusted without interrupting my life, which psychologically meant I was not in dire shape, which was important to me. I needed to feel like I was going to beat this, and every aspect of my experience here enhanced that feeling.”
"We need to continue to spread the word about concussions for the safety and well-being of all athletes.”
Four years ago, 14-year-old Annika Asplundh was the only girl on a boys’ hockey team.
“If need arises, I’d go back to Capital Health in a heartbeat!”
“I told my wife I wanted to go to Capital Health.”
"I’m continuing to work hard to get to the point where I can keep up with my kids."