News at Our Hospital
A wheelchair user for more than 30 years due to a spinal cord illness, Renee doesn’t let her disability define her or stop her from achieving great things like being one of the only women in history to win Paralympic gold, silver and bronze medals in wheelchair basketball.
Dave Hochstadt, a former patient of HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital, experienced a motorcycle accident while riding with his friend in 2017. The crash took the life of his friend and resulted in Dave having his left leg amputated.
Paralympic track coach Bryan Hoddle discusses his role in working with amputees as they work to regain function and independence through the sport of running. This is the second year that HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital has hosted the Amputee Running Clinic.
Second annual amputee running clinic held at Grand Canyon University and hosted by HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital.
For the second year, amputees will have the opportunity to be inspired and educated on how to safely train when running with a prosthetic device through the 2nd Annual Amputee Running Clinic presented by HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital.
On Thursday, Feb. 16 from 5 – 8 p.m., HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital, a provider of stroke inpatient rehabilitation services, will host a seminar on “Stroke Recovery after the Acute Phase” to educate stroke survivors.
HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital will host its 8th Annual First Swing Golf Clinic for people with disabilities on Saturday, Dec. 17 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Sun City Country Club. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Amputee Terry Deignan shares her story of recovery during a patient reunion hosted by HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital.
After a traumatic accident, Terry Deignan spent months recovering at HealthSouth Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital. During this year's National Rehabilitation Week, Deignan shares her story of resilience and recovery.
The event is being held on Tuesday, Sept. 20 from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in the hospital’s gymnasium as part of National Rehabilitation Week activities. One highlight of the event will be an inspiring presentation given by former patient Terry Deignan.