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Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo
Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo Testing
7200 W 9th Avenue
Amarillo, TX 79106 (806) 853-5690
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Welcome to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

Trusted Physical Therapists in Texas

At Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo, we are dedicated to helping people overcome limitations caused by injury or illness. The aftermath of a stroke, spinal injury, or other debilitating condition is often the most stressful. One thing to keep in mind during this time is, it gets better from here. We have a team of knowledgeable physical, occupational, and speech therapists who work together to coordinate patient care and determine exactly what can be accomplished through treatment. Our team is ambitious, and we are often able to help patients achieve a level of recovery beyond what they believed possible.

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Elevating Patient Care.

We determine the best extended care option for our patients.

Our team is well-versed in the latest techniques in long term care.

We are determined to raise the standard of patient care.

Our facilities are constantly pursuing a higher level of service excellence.

We are always seeking strategic opportunities for growth within the industry.

Our Mission & Principles.

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The Value of Inpatient Rehabilitation

While many people continue their rehabilitation on an outpatient basis, there are certain conditions that can be better treated through an inpatient program. As an inpatient, you will have access to capable medical professionals at all times. Our staff creates a personalized treatment program for each and every patient so they can maximize their time with us and target the issues that are causing the most discomfort. With our state-of-the-art monitoring technology, we can carefully track a patient’s progress and provide a detailed analysis on how their condition has improved since their first day of rehab.

Backing up our physical therapy team are physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, dieticians, social workers, and speech pathologists. Vibra Healthcare is a national healthcare provider that attracts some of the most skilled medical specialists in the United States. This is a team that is dedicated to helping people overcome their limitations.

Celebrating Our Patients' Success.

Read some of our patients' stories of their experience with the Vibra Healthcare team.

  • Linda S.

    Linda S.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Working as a full-time dispatcher, Linda Shelton has become accustomed to an active lifestyle. She kept busy with little downtime and enjoyed traveling to visit family. But for the last five years, Linda has struggled to stay active. Neck and spine issues have limited her since her first back surgery in November 2015. After that surgery, Linda developed a serious infection due to the incision dehiscing. She admitted to Vibra Hospital of Amarillo for 45 days of IV antibiotic therapy and ... Read More

  • Mrs. Tacquard

    Mrs. Tacquard

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Mrs. Tacquard lives at home with her husband and their dog. Before falling ill, she lived independently, able to do almost anything she wanted. Her journey begins with an initial illness in February that led to hospitalization in March. After several days in the hospital, she discharged to a skilled nursing facility. A few weeks later, she returned home, but only for a short time. Home only a day, Mrs. Tacquard passed out. An ambulance transported her to BSA Hospital where she woke up ... Read More

  • Mrs. Ettel

    Mrs. Ettel

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Mrs. Ettel is used to coming and going as she pleases. This means lots of time spent with family and friends and living an active lifestyle. But then she found it difficult to keep up that pace. The struggle began with a fall in February. Mrs. Ettel bruised her pelvis in the fall, which slowed her significantly. She began exercising to regain her strength and recover from the fall when she fell as second time. This time, she fractured her pelvis. As a result, she could not walk on her own ... Read More

  • Mr. Sugg

    Mr. Sugg

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Shortness of breath and tightness in his chest led Mr. Sugg to the emergency room at Northwest Texas Hospital. He had no way of knowing that would be the start of a very long journey. Mr. Sugg doesn't remember much between then and when he arrived at Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo . He relied on his family to help fill in the blanks for him. Mr. Sugg spent a total of 22 days at Northwest Texas Hospital, including 20 in the ICU. He suffered acute respiratory failure and was ... Read More

  • Mr. Lingo

    Mr. Lingo

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    After a long week at work, it was finally Friday evening. Mr. Lingo works as an oil field operations supervisor, and he was ready for a nice, relaxing weekend. But as Friday evening progressed, Mr. Lingo realized something wasn't right. Be began to stumble and fall when he tried to walk. Mr. Lingo called his son to come to his house and help. When his son arrived, he noticed his father couldn't move the left side of his body. Recognizing the seriousness of the matter, he rushed his father ... Read More

  • Shannan S.

    Shannan S.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Shannan Stockton was just trying to move her husband's pickup truck. Now she was pinned between the truck and the garage, with no one home to help. The truck had slipped out of park. The busy mother of three and middle school teacher couldn't believe how her life changed in an instant. Fortunately, the hinges on the truck door broke free and the vehicle rolled back. Though shocked, Shannan was freed. Thinking she was only badly bruised, Shannan went inside and laid in bed. She decided to ... Read More

  • Vicky S.

    Vicky S.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Vicky Stewart went to bed on January 14th as an active grandmother, living life to the fullest. She enjoyed gardening and picked up her grandson from school each day. The next morning, Vicky woke up on the floor unsure how she got there. Unable to walk, Vicky crawled to the phone. She called her son for help, who got her to BSA Hospital. The doctors at BSA treated Vicky for a traumatic brain injury. The time came for Vicky to discharge from BSA Hospital, but it wasn't yet safe for her to ... Read More

  • Bessie A.

    Bessie A.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    A retired realtor, Bessie Alley lived an active life. She lived alone in her townhome and enjoyed shopping and giving back to the community. Bessie certainly didn't plan to spend the first two weeks of the year in a hospital bed. But, that's where Bessie found herself. Having fallen ill at the end of December, she became increasingly weak. Before she knew it, Bessie required help with things she had done independently. Her physician, Dr. Sreenivasan, recommended an inpatient stay at Vibra ... Read More

  • Mrs. Clancy

    Mrs. Clancy

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Everything was completely normal for Mrs. Clancy, working and completely independent. Then she developed a serious infection in her left leg and became septic. This began a five-month journey that included several surgeries. After Mrs. Clancy's initial surgery, she admitted to a skilled nursing facility. There, she suffered a fall, reopening her wound. Back at the hospital for additional treatment, Mrs. Clancy was diagnosed with a heart condition. This further complicated her recovery. ... Read More

  • David S.

    David S.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    David Schroeder is a happily retired 65-year-old living his best life. He enjoys every day taking care of his wife and mother-in-law. One day splitting firewood at the family cabin in Red River, NM, he felt some back pain. David never imagined this little bit of soreness would result in paralysis and a 12-week hospital stay to relearn how to walk. As the back pain progressed, David went to the ER where a battery of tests were run. The tests provided no answers to the cause of his pain. ... Read More

  • Mark F.

    Mark F.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    One day when crossing the street, Mark Fourmentin was struck by a motor vehicle. The accident left Mark with multiple injuries, including fractures of the skull, femur, tibia, fibula, ribs, and vertebrae. He admitted to Northwest Texas Hospital (NWTH) for his injuries. Upon arrival at NWTH, Mark was evaluated and placed in surgical ICU. His physicians consulted and developed the needed plan of treatment. After multiple surgeries and 16 days at NWTH, he discharged to Vibra Hospital of ... Read More

  • Mr. Stephenson

    Mr. Stephenson

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Mr. Stephenson came to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo after having a laminectomy. In tremendous pain prior to his admission, Mr. Stephenson couldn't even roll over on his own. It took everything he had to stand, even with the assistance of two people. No stranger to Vibra, Mr. Stephenson was a patient about two years ago as he recovered from double knee replacement surgery. Mr. Stephenson credits his recovery to “the pushy therapists.” He said at the time of treatment he was ... Read More

  • Bruce H.

    Bruce H.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Bruce Harvey and his wife, Angela, were traveling from Florida to California when they decided to stop in Amarillo to take a break from the road. While in Amarillo, Bruce lost consciousness and suffered a fall. EMS was called and they transported him to Northwest Texas Hospital. It wasn't clear under initial examination what was wrong. They intubated Bruce and ran tests to determine the extent of his injuries. He remained intubated for 27 days. During that time, Angela said she was told ... Read More

  • Charles C.

    Charles C.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    "Things looked pretty dire for me back in December, when I suddenly had severe back pain that took away my ability to walk. I was diagnosed with osteomyelitis of my lower back which I later found out was caused by an infection on the outside of my spine. Thankfully, it didn’t require any surgery so I was transferred to Vibra Hospital of Amarillo for about three weeks with IV antibiotics. I started slowly recovering with the help of the therapists and nurses. But then I was ready for more ... Read More

  • David J.

    David J.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    As a third-generation first responder, David Jones takes pride in his job as a volunteer fireman and as a city employee charged with maintaining the fire station, trucks, and equipment. In fact, he hopes one day to have children who will continue the family tradition. However, a sudden illness put all of that in jeopardy. “One day I wasn’t feeling well and went home early. I didn’t think much of it,” the 29-year-old Jones remembers. By the next day, he was unable to work and went to the ... Read More

  • Phillip K.

    Phillip K.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    "I entered Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo after a lower leg amputation due to diabetes and sepsis. My body was weak from being bed-ridden in the conventional hospital and it seemed like that might continue, until their physical therapists began exercising my muscles and walking me, training me to use the walker. There was lots of encouragement during the physical therapy sessions. They were obviously masters of their field and in control of the situation, taking care for my ... Read More

  • Ms. Gooch

    Ms. Gooch

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

    Ms. Gooch admitted to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo after having been hospitalized for a little over a month, with most of the time spent in ICU for respiratory failure, dysphagia, and pneumonia. Upon admission to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo, she was receiving all nutrition through a PEG tube for feeding and was very weak, requiring assistance or adaptive devices to perform regular daily activities that we all take for granted. After a 14-day stay at our hospital ... Read More