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Vivian: Relief After 15 Years

Vivian has lived the last 15 years of her life in pain. “It crept up on me slowly,” she said. “I started seeing a chiropractor where I received injections and that worked great for the first 6 months. Later it would only last 3 months. I was told I threw too many bales of hay. It gave me arthritis and caused injury.” 


Vivian decided that the treatment wasn’t working for her. Her doctor recommended surgery, which resulted in 4 screws in a herniated disk and rods on both sides of her spine. Immediately following surgery, she came to East Troy Manor for short-term rehab therapy to help her get back on her feet quickly.  

 

“When I came to East Troy Manor, I was in a wheelchair and needed help to get in and out of the chair. Within a week, I was walking with a walker and didn’t use a wheelchair at all. I kept progressing right along, and now I’m home. I do my exercises and have no problems,” said Vivian.

Vivian has lived the last 15 years of her life in pain. “It crept up on me slowly,” she said. “I started seeing a chiropractor where I received injections and that worked great for the first 6 months. Later it would only last 3 months. I was told I threw too many bales of hay. It gave me arthritis and caused injury."  Read more...

 

Vivian decided that the treatment wasn’t working for her. Her doctor recommended surgery, which resulted in 4 screws in a herniated disk and rods on both sides of her spine. Immediately following surgery, she came to East

Troy Manor for short-term rehab therapy to help her get back on her feet quickly.  

“When I came to East Troy Manor, I was in a wheelchair and needed help to get in and out of the chair. Within a week, I was walking with a walker and didn’t use a wheelchair at all. I kept progressing right along, and now I’m home. I do my exercises and have no problems,” said Vivian.

Vivian stayed at East Troy Manor for only a short time, but she continued to return for outpatient therapy for 2 months, working with Susan and strengthening her legs. She is well on her way to one of her goals of walking long distances. She likes to hike and listen and look at birds. 

 

“I feel fantastic now,” said Vivian. “I’m feeling the best I have in 15 years.” After her last outpatient session at East Troy Manor, she gave Susan a big hug, and promised to continue strengthening her legs with exercises at home.