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Success Stories

Celebrating patient success at Southern Indiana Rehabilitation Hospital!

At Southern Indiana Rehabilitation Hospital, we believe in the transformative power of personalized care and rehabilitation. Our patient success stories highlight the remarkable journeys of individuals who have overcome significant illness or injury with the support of our dedicated team. These inspiring accounts showcase the resilience of our patients and the comprehensive, compassionate care that defines Southern Indiana Rehabilitation Hospital.

Join us in celebrating these triumphs and discover how our specialized programs and therapies have made a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients.

Skylar Greenwood

Only 17 years old, Skylar Greenwood's life dramatically changed when she was involved in a high-speed motor vehicle accident. To get help, Skylar had to crawl up an embankment - an impressive feat considering how significantly injured she was. Skylar sustained multiple traumatic injuries in the accident.

Keith Hillerich

Resting at home one evening, Keith Hillerich noticed he "didn't feel quite right." Then, his wearable cardioverter defibrillator (WCD) alarmed. Keith experienced a life-threatening episode of sustained rapid heart rate. This episode caused Keith's heart to stop.

Charles Nance

An active, young, working gentleman, Charles Nance was involved in a horrific car accident that changed his life significantly. Charles suffered spinal cord injuries to his C3 and C4 in the accident and required a discectomy. Unfortunately for Charles, that was only the beginning of his struggles.

Amanda Hochstetler

As a married mother in her mid-thirties, Amanda Hochstetler lived a busy but healthy and rewarding life. Then one day, Amanda's life changed dramatically when she had a seizure while driving. Following the accident, doctors diagnosed Amanda with epilepsy.

Jinny Vaughn

While cleaning her windows one afternoon, Jinny began to experience upper back pain, chest pain, and extreme weakness in her arms. Once her chest pain improved, her arm weakness worsened to the point of being unable to care for herself. After three days, Jinny went to the Baptist Health Floyd emergency room for further testing.

Scott Voyles

Against his wife's judgment, Scott thought a bath would be a good idea, even though his legs had begun feeling weak. Fortunately, he agreed to leave the door open so she could check on him. At one point, she noticed that Scott was only using his left hand -- despite Scott being right-handed. Bringing this to his attention, Scott realized he couldn't feel his right arm and was quickly losing feeling in his right leg, too. His son helped him out of the tub, and they called an ambulance.