Success Stories

Dewey

After 7 months, Dewey’s Journey to Recovery is Nearly Complete

Dewey was originally admitted in October of 2016 to a general hospital to remove a mass that had been found on the upper lobe of his right lung – he was also suffering from critical illness neuropathy. While in surgery, his doctors discovered that he required a more extensive operation due to a toxic reaction to medication he had received previously, and a portion of his lung had to be removed.

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Mr. H

Walking His Way Through Recovery

Mr. H was admitted to Kindred Hospital Spring with a diagnosis of left foot abscess. Prior to his admission, he was fully independent with all activities of daily living, transfers, gait, driving, and working full-time.

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Mr. S

Triumph Through Hard Work and Dedication

Mr. H was admitted to Kindred Hospital Spring with a diagnosis of left foot abscess. Prior to his admission, he was fully independent with all activities of daily living, transfers, gait, driving, and working full-time.

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Mr. C

Eager to Recover

Mr. C was involved in a motor vehicle accident and sustained a number of serious injuries including fractures of both legs, spinal fractures, and other abdominal injuries. Prior to transferring to Kindred Hospital Spring, he developed respiratory issues and required a tracheotomy to assist with his breathing.

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Jean

Working Hard to Recovery

Jean was admitted to Kindred Hospital Spring secondary to RLE cellulitis. She also had a host of other comorbidities that complicated her rehab progress. After being evaluated by Occupational and Physical Therapists, she was mod assist with UB ADLs; total assist with LB ADLs; and total assist with functional transfers.

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Erma

Making Her Husband and Rehab Team Proud

Erma had a very complicated hospital course. She suffered acute respiratory failure and anoxic brain injury, in which for a period of time, her brain did not receive an adequate amount of oxygen and sustained permanent damage. Prior to this unfortunate incident, she was totally independent with her affairs and care.

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