Case studyOn Jan. 8, 2016, Logan Kapadia-Pfob’s mother was driving him to a party when their car was T-boned on the Sherwood Park Freeway. She ended up with a broken ankle. He had ruptured lungs, six broken ribs and a severe brain injury.
Logan was a talented singer and musician – the kind of person who could pick up any instrument and play it. The crash had stolen the teen’s ability to speak, eat and move most of his body.
“(Logan) was always the kind of patient who would never say no to anything, no matter how hard or terrifying it may have sounded,” recalled physical therapist Vance Pilipchuk.