Steven Horn spent over 100 days in the hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and Pneumonia. With the help of SIRH, he can now celebrate a birthday that he never thought he would see.
Any movement made Keisha Heil sick after suffering a left field cut stroke. She came to SIRH to get back to her active lifestyle with her young children and husband.
Michael Popham was carrying a box down to the basement when he fell and hit his head. He was diagnosed with a TBI and was transferred to SIRH to begin intense therapy.
After spending a nice holiday evening with his family William Shaw felt ill. He was rushed to the hospital where he suffered his second stroke.
Rodger Kearney lived an active lifestyle staying busy working two jobs. His routine came to a halt when his oxygen saturation read 80%. He was diagnosed with COVID-19, diabetes, and pneumonia.
Pat Kelton was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, also known as COPD. Her condition caused shortness of breath that made everyday tasks exhausting.
During normal grooming routine, Linda was lifting one of her three dogs onto the grooming table and injured her shoulder. The next day she couldn’t move it. Due to the inflammation, her orthopedic surgeon recommended therapy.
After a weekend hiking trip with her family, Gail could barley walk. She was diagnosed with a stress fracture in her right tibia just below her knee. Her orthopedist recommended physical therapy.
Becki Rucker led an independent life dedicated to her work and family. Her life was turned upside down when she suffered a stroke. She was left with slurred speech and weakness on the whole right side of her body.
After suffering a lacunar infarct, sometimes called a “mini-stroke,” Bethany was left with expressive aphasia. Her condition made it hard to communicate what she was thinking.