June Spencer came to the Gardens at Gettysburg having undergone hip replacement surgery at nearby Gettysburg Hospital. June turned to our therapy teams for strengthening, to improve ambulation and for pain reduction. Working with June, our staff developed a comprehensive rehabilitation plan along with attainable strategic objectives.
One look at June’s flower-filled room (courtesy of her friends and beloved family) and the team knew June had the backing and support she needed to get back on her feet – it was our job to help make that dream possible and help her across that finish line!
In just 10 days of rehab, June had achieved her therapy goals! At the time of her discharge, she was ambulating 200 feet with a rolling walker and had regained her independence pertaining to activities of daily living (ADL) performance.
We are proud to say that June is back home having regained her ability to do the things she loves, including playing bridge with her friends, shopping, and dining out.