Robbyn Hart talks with Kevin Sorbo. At the age of 38, three strokes left him partially blind and incapacitated. Sorbo writes about the health crisis that ultimately redefined his measure of success in his inspiring memoir, True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life. He recently spoke in Denver for the Colorado Neurological Institute.
The Colorado Neurological Institute is a non profit organization founded in 1988 by a group of neurosurgeons and neurologists who wanted to provide the best possible treatment, education and research to patients with a wide array of neurological conditions. More than 40 member physicians and neuroscientists work with CNI to enhance patient experiences and outcomes. CNI tracks patient outcomes, provides patient navigation, hosts a robust outpatient neuro rehab program, facilitates support groups in several neurological conditions, and coordinates more than 40 active clinical trials in the areas of Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, brain & spinal tumors, spinal cord injuries, stroke, hearing, MS, neuro rehab, interventional neuro-radiology and more