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…