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Success Stories

Celebrating patient success at Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital!

At Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital, we believe in the transformative power of personalized care and rehabilitation. Our patient success stories highlight the remarkable journeys of individuals who have overcome significant illness or injury with the support of our dedicated team. These inspiring accounts showcase the resilience of our patients and the comprehensive, compassionate care that defines Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital.

Join us in celebrating these triumphs and discover how our specialized programs and therapies have made a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients.

Scott Robbins

Scott Robbins just wanted to be independent again. He used to be able to do everything on his own, but increasing back pain made even everyday tasks challenging. Scott opted for back surgery, which he underwent at University Hospital. Following the procedure, Scott needed post-operative rehabilitation and chose Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital for his recovery.

Lanny Burch

Lanny Burch knows a thing or two about the value of Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital's therapy services. Lanny sustained a stroke a couple of years ago and chose Gateway for his post-stroke rehab. He experienced left-sided weakness in his arm and leg. Following his time at Gateway, Lanny returned home and spent the last two years independent and active in the community.

Ritchie Cunningham

One part of Ritchie's work routine involved driving a boom truck between railroad stations in New York. While working under a bridge overpass, Ritchie was involved in an accident and sustained significant injuries, including multiple fractures and a spinal cord injury. He experienced immediate back pain and loss of function in his extremities.

Belinda Hensley

Belinda Hensley had been sick for a few days when, suddenly, things escalated quickly. Belinda began experiencing the symptoms of a stroke, including facial drooping and left-sided weakness. After being rushed to the hospital, doctors diagnosed Belinda with a stroke on the right side of her brain.

Suzanna Toll

There's no denying that Suzanna Toll is a tough cookie. She's lived an active, independent life despite having three different back surgeries. Most recently, Susana underwent a lumbar laminectomy. Unfortunately, Suzanna had experienced a fall at home, causing an annular ligament tear in her lumbar spine. The pain caused by the tear was excruciating.

Glenna Chamblin

Glenna Chamblin is one of those individuals who are full of energy and have a zest for living. Always active and independent, Glenna enjoyed driving a bus for her grandchildren's school and teaching physical education at the YMCA.