Gavin Jackson came to SIRH for outpatient therapy after discovering his shoulder growth plate wasn’t completely closed. He completed therapy and looks forward to playing baseball again.
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Christopher Herron lost function in his right arm and leg after suffering three back-to-back strokes. After working through inpatient and outpatient therapy, he is now walking again.
William Barrow came to SIRH paralyzed on his right side. After working through inpatient and outpatient therapy, he went from being in a wheelchair to barely using his cane to walk.
Before his injury, Tristan Blake enjoyed spending time with his three-year-old daughter. Aside from doing fun activities with her, he liked to work on vehicles and go fishing. Working in construction comes with its risks, but Tristan never imagined an accident like this would happen to him.
After suffering spinal cord injury, Jon tucker was left unable to walk or use his hands.
Jim Castleman was managing his symptoms from Parkinson’s disease with medication. When he started experiencing severe side effects, he came to SIRH for help.
An active healthy young man, Kenneth Mayberry suddenly developed a fever of 106 and was rushed to the ER. There he was diagnosed with COVID-19 among other things.
After Rachel Corbett started working from home, she began experiencing increased neck pain. Her condition made it difficult to concentrate so she reached out to her primary care provider. An MRI showed a bulging disc on the left side of her neck. With no luck relieving the pain with injections or anti-inflammatories, her PCP suggested a technique called dry needling
Rebecca Ramos knew something was wrong when she started having trouble completing simple tasks. Diagnosed with sensory anglionopathy, she began outpatient therapy with SIRH to get back to the lifestyle she loved.
Joseph Cole was enjoying retired life with his family when he suffered a stroke. With SIRH staff and his wife there to support him, Joseph worked through recovery with a smile on his face.