Mr. Newell admitted to SHC of Marietta with severe osteoarthritis and knee pain. When he first arrived he could barely stand without severe pain. After several weeks of consistent physical and occupational therapy,  Mr. Newell  was able to ambulate with minimal assistance using his rolling walker.  During my interview with Mr. Newell,  he expressed that he was 90 years … Continued

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Therapy Success Story of the Week Mr. Brian Mott transitioned to Signature’s HealthCARE of Marietta’s ExceleratedCare Center after suffering from a stroke. Mr. Mott lived independently before his stroke and was not prepared for the several weeks he would need to endure during his hospital recovery. Once Mr. Mott was stable, he faced his next dilemma. … Continued

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Mr. Caudall is a 72-year-old male admitted from an acute-care hospital. During his hospital stay, Mr. Caudall experienced a severe decline in his functional mobility due to muscle weakness, impaired balance and inability to ambulate. Prior to the hospital stay, Mr. Caudall was living at home independently. He was capable of driving and handling basic … Continued

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