Patient in Pain Clinic
I’ve been lucky that I can manage my pain with yearly epidural injections and working out instead of multiple injections through out the year and other meds which I prefer not to take….and today’s the day for the next yearly one….relief is around the corner. The staff is so nice…
Meet Joanne Dunn, one of our patients who received therapeutic recreational therapy. She had a very significant stroke, but with a very supportive family and positive outlook, she’s made awesome gains and was discharged to her home. Her therapist, Tanya Smith, says “She comes to every session with a smile…
“After 4 days in the hospital & 2 weeks in rehab I went home Friday 2/19. I could not have done this without the nurses & LNA staff. They have a hard job to say the least. I thought my job was taxing. I will never go into that profession…
We would like you to meet Nate. He came to Northeast Rehab at Pease after surviving a traumatic brain injury. When he was admitted as a rancho level 4, he was minimally verbal and required 2 people to assist him when moving. After all his hard work he was discharged…
One of our patients at our Portsmouth location wanted to share her experience at Northeast Rehab where she worked very hard during her recovery from a stroke. Congratulations Melissa! Watch her short video http://ow.ly/Ehyn301GIuT .
One full year after a traumatic brain injury, I am thrilled to be back to my previous job as a software engineer, on a full time basis. I first returned to work slightly under six months after my injury, at 60% of full time. I attribute my rapid return to…
In May 2015, my life changed, after 26 days in the hospital and 5 surgeries I returned home a below the knee amputee. After healing at home for the next 10 weeks, I was measured for my prosthetic lower left leg. As scheduling would have it, I picked up my…
Patient with her horse
Northeast Rehab patient Sharon Woodbury came to us after surviving a stroke, which left her very weak on one side of her body and temporarily unable to live independently.  “I can’t do anything for myself,” Woodbury said, “and it’s hard-everyone has been helpful.” Sharon worked diligently with our therapists to…
After surviving a stroke, Kristie Sicard came to Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital for her therapy. The stroke occurred in the language area of her brain, so now she has aphasia and verbal apraxia. When she began her speech therapy, she struggled to get any words out in order to communicate. She…
Boxing for Parkinson's
Boxing has been shown to improve functional mobility, ADL’s, gait speed, gait endurance, and quality of life in people living with Parkinson’s disease. Come join Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network’s high energy six week program where boxing techniques, postural awareness, weight shifting, breath control, and increased amplitude of movement are taught…