Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo

Read some of our patients’ stories of their experience with our team.

  • 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. ... Everything was completely normal for Mrs. Clancy, working and completely independent. Then she developed a serious infection in her left leg and ...
  • 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. ... 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 ...
  • 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 ... One day when crossing the street, Mark Fourmentin was struck by a motor vehicle. The accident left Mark with multiple injuries, including fractures of ...
  • 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 ... Mr. Stephenson came to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo after having a laminectomy. In tremendous pain prior to his admission, Mr. Stephenson ...
  • 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 ... 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. ...
  • 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 ... "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 ...
  • 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 ... 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 ...
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