Pulling through with trauma surgery, belief in miracles

Article Date: Sep 9, 2013

Traci Wickham walks into the hospital. She is not pushing a walker. She is not being pushed in a wheelchair. 

No, the 43-year-old from Columbus, Neb., walks into the Creighton University Medical Center, which is a measure of how far she has come. 

You might have passed her as she strode from the revolving door down the hallway to visit her specialist. You might have seen her bright green T-shirt or her blingy belt buckle. You might have noticed the small brace on her left knee or the wooden cane carved with the names of her four children. 

But would you have thought this woman with the sunny disposition was nearly killed months ago in a car accident? 

Not me. 

Read the full story on Omaha.com.

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