High school basketball player doesn’t let traumatic brain injury stop him from playing.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, March 07, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Cohen Ritter, a basketball player for Bethany High School, did not let a traumatic brain injury stop him. Watch this video to see how Bethany Children’s Health Center played a role in his miraculous comeback on two separate occasions.

The freshman made some clutch baskets in his return game and even attempted a drive to the basket with his non-dominant right arm.

Cohen had a catastrophic brain injury when he was a toddler. He was an inpatient at Bethany Children’s for a month, during which time he regained the ability to walk and speak.

Cohen requested follow-up treatment at Bethany Children’s Outpatient Therapy when he started having seizures again in his teenage years. Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy helped him strengthen his right side, and now he is back on track with sports and life.

About Bethany Children’s Health Center:

Bethany Children’s Health Center (formerly The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital) located in Bethany, Oklahoma is an innovative leader in the field of pediatric rehabilitation and 24-hour complex care. The ACHC accredited hospital offers inpatient and outpatient services for children (ages 0-21) and is the only inpatient pediatric rehabilitation facility in Oklahoma. Our CARF accredited multidisciplinary team works with patients and their families to maximize the patient’s physical and cognitive potential, and ensure the family has the training and resources needed for a smooth transition from hospital to home. For more information, please call the hospital at (405) 789-6711 or visit www.bethanychildrens.org.

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