Tag Archive for: Outpatient Therapy

Greg Tanner

Greg Tanner works as the clinical director at a local substance abuse facility. For some time, Greg has experienced sciatic nerve pain in one of his legs. The pain progressively got worse and eventually affected both legs. Chalking it up to “wear-and-tear,” Greg assumed it would resolve itself with time and rest.

But Greg was mistaken.

Andi Hostetter

Andi Hostetter and her husband are adventurers, enjoying traveling and camping whenever possible. But during a recent trip to Tahoe, their adventures nearly became a thing of the past.

Brian Emo

One day, Brian felt something he described as “a bolt of electricity” accompanied by significant pain. Several tests revealed that Brian had a partial tear in his aortic lining and would need surgery immediately. The surgery was a success, but unfortunately, between the surgery’s conclusion and finding consciousness, he suffered a stroke.

Mark Curtiss

After his hip replacement surgery, Mark’s doctors recommended he participate in physical therapy. He was referred to San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital, which pleased him. Mark was familiar with SJVRH, as his mother had been a patient and had only great things to say about her experience.


During a vacation with his family, Carlos contracted COVID-19. He followed his physician’s recommendation and started intensive therapy at SJV.

Thomas H.

Thomas H. got a mild burn on his foot at work that led to a severe infection requiring an above-the-knee amputation. He was happy that he trusted his recovery with SJVRH and looks forward to continuing with outpatient therapy.

Don Luft

Don lived a life of purpose, rich with family and friends. Then, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. “Although this was difficult news, I accepted it, learned as much as I could, and never let it stop me,” said Don.

Baldomero Herebia

One day, Baldomero’s life took a sudden change of course. He fell at home, injuring his spine. Baldomero wouldn’t be the same again.

Carolyn Whalen

Carolyn went about her day as usual, backing her truck up to a hitch – something she’d done countless times with little effort needed. On her first attempt, Carolyn missed. She knew right away, something was wrong – this had never happened before.