Whatever problems you have going on in life, they'll probably be either gone or dwindled down tremendously after watching 18-year-old George Dennehy in action.
Recently, the teen performed alongside the Goo Goo Dolls in concert at Musikfest 2012, where he played a flawless version of the band's hit 'Iris.' Oh, and by the way... he has no arms.
Although he was run over by a car at 14-months-old and paralyzed from the waist down, Patrick Ivison didn't let his disability stop him. In fact, the California native learned how to kayak, ski, play rugby and even surf. And now he has one more amazing feat to add to his accomplishments after managing to walk during his high school graduation on Tuesday.
Coleman Shannon was born without a right hand and forearm, due to a medical condition called Amelia, but that hasn't slowed him down from chasing his baseball dreams. In fact, the 14-year-old left-handed pitcher recently threw a no-hitter in a Johnsonville, SC little league game.
Ohio high school senior Trent Glaze hasn't let muscular dystrophy stop him from being Fairfield Union High's homecoming king and football team captain.
But since Glaze is bound to a wheelchair he also hadn't been able to get on the football field during his three year varsity career, instead contributing to the team by analyzing tape and assisting the coaching staff with other duties.
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Usually when we hear the words "robot exoskeleton," we think of science fiction. But for Amanda Boxtel, a woman who was paralyzed from the waist down in a skiing accident 20 years ago, an amazing powered exoskeleton has given her newfound mobility.
Skateboarder Italo Fernandes Romano can do all the tricks you typically see in a skateboarding video.
But the stunning difference between Romano and the countless other boarders with baggy pants and over-sized T-shirts who have recorded their moves on camera is that the 23-year old Brazilian has no legs, having lost them in a train accident as a teenager.
Watch this inspiring athlete below.