Of course being Catholic we are not dualist's; we are not souls trapped in a body, we are whole body and soul and so the separation of body and soul at death is temporary and on the Last Day we are resurrected with a resurrected body.
Some time ago I read of a disabled lady who was angry and horrified to be told that in heaven she would not be disabled. She insisted that her disability was part of her. I know Deaf people who think they will be Deaf forever because it is part of how they see themselves.
While she awaits the resurrection Blessed Margaret's body is still deformed-though in corrupt. But I do not believe that when she is raised she will still be so.
And I surely hope that if I get to heaven I wont be taking any wheelchairs, crutches or painkillers with me!!
I believe the saints who say that heaven is full of song and music (and no one is dirging "Bind us Together" or "Love is his word").
Can't think who to tag yet-