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Norma Santos-Trujillo was helping push a stalled car off of the road when another car crashed into her pinning her under it. While receiving services at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Institute of Tucson, she was able to reunite with five of the six first responders who helped save her life.
After suffering a life-threatening stroke, Eric Cline completed a challenging recovery at the HealthSouth Rehabilitation Institute to get back on his feet.
Royce, one of only six finalists out of more than 27,000 HealthSouth employees across the country, was honored for this annual recognition at an award banquet held yesterday in Birmingham, Alabama.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association has issued its first guidelines on adult stroke rehabilitation calling for intensive, multidisciplinary treatment.
Community members of Tucson, Arizona, come together to participate in the Tucson Heart and Stroke Walk. Jeff Christensen, CEO of HealthSouth RIT, speaks about recovering from heart disease and stroke.
Eric Cline, patient at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Institute of Tucson, suffered from a brain aneurysm at only 40 years of age. See more about his remarkable story.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Institute of Tucson has earned certification for Disease-Specific Care in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation and Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation.