Eight years ago, Morgan Stickney was a 14-year-old elite distance swimmer who was possibly headed to the Olympics, until she sustained a foot injury that forever altered her athletic career. Despite attempts to save her legs, Stickney had first one and then both legs amputated.
Now 22, Stickney has gone from athlete to para-athlete, and has set her sights on the Paralympics, powering her body through the pool with two residual legs. She is also part of a small but growing group of pioneers ushering in the next generation of prosthetics. The journey, though, has not been easy.
- Clinic Management
- Gait & Balance
- Pain Management
- Seating & Positioning