Most people are lucky enough to sustain only minor bumps or bruises during their lifetime. But what happens when injuries are more serious?
Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy Stories
April 24, 2014, began as a normal day for Marcella Boyd Robinson. She got dressed and headed to the gym. At the gym she had no problem doing her usual 4-miles on the elliptical.
Shantell Pambuan, 25, was born premature at 32 weeks gestation at Community Medical Center Long Beach. Weighing only 4 pounds, 5 ounces, Shantell’s lungs were severely underdeveloped.
Cooking, laundry and light housekeeping – it seems like a typical day in a pleasant neighborhood on the edge of Belmont Heights.
Carlos Pianelli hadn’t played baseball in nearly four decades when he joined the Halos, an amateur baseball club for men over 30.