Geri Devries suffered three infections that led to three surgeries in hopes to save her foot. After all the pain and struggle she decided to move forward with a below-the-knee amputation.
Before his below-the-knee amputation, Christopher Baloga stayed busy working 60 hour weeks. He entered Vibra’s amputee rehabilitation program ready to regain his independence.
Before suffering a stroke, Ronald Croft led an active and independent life. He filled his time with workouts at the gym and playing golf at least three times per week. This all changed when, one morning, he began to feel numbness in his left arm.
Before his spinal cord injury, Jammie McCool maintained a busy lifestyle with two jobs, one at a self-storage facility and the other as a maintenance technician.
“I’ve learned to have patience as my spinal cord is healing. As it heals, I will continue to regain my function. I have come so far in my recovery and the employees here at Vibra have become my extended family. I am so grateful for all of them!”
During her stay at Vibra, Carol found support in the hospital staff. “The entire Vibra team helped me tremendously with my rehabilitation,” Carol shared.
In May, Hunter broke his foot, beginning a journey that would change his life. “I lived in a two-story home with the bed and bathroom on the second floor. It became very difficult to get around my own home,” Hunter said. To heal his foot, Hunter required several surgeries.
As a physician, Dr. Gary Flannery understands how to take care of himself. This includes maintaining an active lifestyle. “I enjoyed many hobbies such as biking, kayaking, and tennis,” he said. “Prior to my hospitalization, I was very healthy and independent.”