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After injuries in both arms left psychiatrist Nan Nelson with debilitating pain, she turned to the pain management experts at University Hospitals for relief.
After Guillain-Barre syndrome confines a young schoolteacher to a wheelchair, she relearns to walk and visits her caregivers to thank them.
Inclusion body myositis is a rare inflammatory and degenerative muscle disease that typically causes progressive weakness of the muscles of the hand, forearm, thigh and lower leg, as well as difficulty swallowing.
Howard Stone was on the job as a welder when he suffered a traumatic injury to his arm. Some metal came down on his forearm, cutting multiple nerves, arteries, muscles and tendons.
When John Miller Jr. was diagnosed with vascular Parkinson’s disease, he noticed stiffness and changes in his balance and walking. Because of his symptoms, John was referred to outpatient physical therapy at UH St. John Medical Center.
Bianca had been trying to have a baby for four years. While waiting to see a fertility specialist, she went to a physical therapist for her pelvic pain, and the results were life-changing.