Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

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

  • Candy A.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    Many of us go to work each day expecting it to be like the others: uneventful. But what if one day, something occurred that forever impacted the way in which you function and think about your health? That's what happened to Candy Amick. Having just returned from a break, Candy became aware that her legs were not functioning correctly. Realizing there was something wrong, she alerted her co-workers who assisted her in getting to the factory’s on-site medical clinic. Within fifteen minutes ... Many of us go to work each day expecting it to be like the others: uneventful. But what if one day, something occurred that forever impacted the way ...
  • Roger M.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    In March, Roger Minyard underwent surgery to unblock his left anterior descending artery. When a blockage in this artery causes a heart attack, it's often called "the widowmaker." Though Roger's surgery was a success, COVID-19 complicated his recovery. The virus caused Roger to spend five days on a ventilator and eight weeks at Vanderbilt Medical Center. COVID-19 took a serious toll on Roger's body. He recalled that while at Vanderbilt, therapists came to his room to try and help him walk ... In March, Roger Minyard underwent surgery to unblock his left anterior descending artery. When a blockage in this artery causes a heart attack, it's ...
  • Amanda E.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    “New Year, New You.” Those words took on a whole new meaning for Amanda Evans this year. Following appendectomy surgery in January, Amanda began to exhibit complications just before discharge. It started with tingling in her hands and her feet. Soon, it progressed to severe pain, weakness, and the inability to ambulate. This change in physical condition led to 98 days spent in two acute care hospitals. After transferring to University of Louisville Hospital, Amanda was diagnosed with ... “New Year, New You.” Those words took on a whole new meaning for Amanda Evans this year. Following appendectomy surgery in January, Amanda began to ...
  • Stephen Y.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    We have all been told to appreciate the little things in life and never take anything for granted. Sometimes things happen to us that make us focus on those little things more than ever before. They are exactly what helps us fight through tougher times than we ever imagined. Stephen Young is a husband, father of three boys, and assistant principal at Natcher Elementary. He enjoyed traveling, working outside, and jeep riding. Stephen lived a life that was full and independent. He never ... We have all been told to appreciate the little things in life and never take anything for granted. Sometimes things happen to us that make us focus on ...
  • Aprile P.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    Sometimes we encounter moments that are so significant, that they impact us for the rest of our lives. And many times, they happen without any warning at all. That is exactly what happened to Aprile Patton. At only 42-years-old, Aprile unexpectedly suffered a major stroke. The stroke robbed Aprile of her independence and almost took her life. In critical condition at TriStar Skyline Medical Center's ICU, she fought for her life. After five weeks at Skyline, Aprile became stable enough to ... Sometimes we encounter moments that are so significant, that they impact us for the rest of our lives. And many times, they happen without any warning ...
  • Susan L.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    August 2018 was a pivotal point in Susan Lockwood's life. She had just been diagnosed with familial idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, or familial IPF. This is a condition in which scar tissue forms inside the lungs, slowing the flow of oxygen into the blood. The restricted flow impacts a patient's ability to move and function. "Familial "means that the condition has affected other members of Susan's family. IPF affects less than 200,000 people annually in the U.S., and is considered a rare ... August 2018 was a pivotal point in Susan Lockwood's life. She had just been diagnosed with familial idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, or familial IPF. ...
  • Debra K.

    Southern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital

    We all have certain health factors in our family trees that make us conscious of how we go about our daily lives. We make an effort to eat right, maintain a certain level of physical activity, etc. This was how Debra lived her life. While working in her garden one day, Debra suddenly felt her right side go weak. She made her way back to the patio and took a picture of her face. The photo reinforced Debra's suspicion -- she was having a stroke. Debra alerted a family member who transported ... We all have certain health factors in our family trees that make us conscious of how we go about our daily lives. We make an effort to eat right, ...
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