Marie put in the hard work with her therapy team to regain her strength and relearn how to take her of herself after recovering from COVID-19.
In early winter, Shauna Olmos suffered what she thought was just a regular fall backward. She didn’t think much of it. But over a short amount of time, Shauna developed a fever and had increasing knee pain.
Richard R. inspired his wife and the Vibra staff with his perseverance. He arrived fatigued and suffered muscle weakness. He left a different man, confident to take on recovery from home.
Facing a severe infection affecting all his major organs, Tim chose Vibra Hospital of Denver to help him return home.
Despite his many medical complications, Francisco persevered, achieving his recovery goals with the help of his care team at Vibra.
Though RSV is most prevalent in infants, it can affect adults, too. For Emily, it was life-threatening. But after two weeks at Vibra Hospital of Denver, she was ready for rehabilitation.
As a former CNA, Lilian knew the seriousness of the COVID-19 virus. After testing positive, her condition worsened and became life-threatening.
A student at Colorado State University, Nash’s education took an unexpected detour when a three-story fall left him with brain and spinal cord injuries.
While continuing her recovery at Vibra, Judy B. received support from the staff and her husband. She worked hard at her recovery and progressed from a trach tube to only requiring a CPAP device to sleep at night.
Wounds suffered in a car accident two years ago have caused ongoing issues for Ronnie Sorter. When they led him to Vibra Hospital of Denver, Ronnie found an advocate in Sonia, his wound nurse.