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Brandy Parker-McFadden, a wife and mother of three, was partially paralyzed due to an extremely rare reaction to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, which left her unable to move her legs. Thirteen days after she was admitted to Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital, she was able to walk out of the hospital on her own thanks to countless hours of intensive therapy.
Zach Lloyd originally thought he had a sinus infection in October of 2020, but it turned out to be COVID-19. The virus landed him in the hospital for 175 days, where he underwent a double-lung transplant to save his life.
Newsweek has recognized the Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital and its partner Encompass Health among America’s Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers for 2020.
It opened in 1993 and became a tremendous resource for the region by providing comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation services, including helping people recover from knee and hip replacements. These services were designed to restore patients so that they can lead independent lives.
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Mild head injuries and concussions are the most common type of head injury, with more than 2 million injuries occurring each year. Attend this virtual CEU opportunity to learn more about the effects and treatment of these injuries. Guest speaker Dr. Richard Senelick specializes in both neurology and the subspecialty of neurorehabilitation.