David Brannon didn’t want to go to a rehabilitation hospital. But after an inpatient stay at Greenwood Regional Rehabilitation Hospital, he’s become a serious advocate for intensive therapy.
A pleasant gentleman, David arrived at GRRH with significant deficiencies in his strength, endurance, and overall health. Initially, he could barely walk four feet. But his hard work and determination, paired with the clinical excellence of the GRRH staff, led to substantial improvements during his stay.
“I couldn’t even stand,” David reflected. “I had to learn how to walk again. The therapy staff here at GRRH have literally been here with me every step of the way.”
David is quite glad he chose to admit to GRRH for rehabilitation. “Before, I was so against rehab, but it has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I was skeptical at first, but since coming here, I would highly recommend GRRH to anyone who may need their services.”
When he discharged from GRRH, David could ambulate over 100 feet with a rolling walker and even gained the ability to walk up and down four steps of stairs.
David left with a note of thanks. “The therapy staff were phenomenal! I would like to personally thank Rebecca, Amy, Jenna, and Laurie for all their help, patience, and encouragement.”