Rehabilitation - Our Patients
It all started at a dinner out with friends one evening, when James Cozzaglio of Adams got up from the table and realized he could hardly move. Facing a long recovery ahead, he contacted the Center for Rehabilitation at BMC for help. More here.
Jeff is one of hundreds of stroke patients who each year undergo comprehensive occupational and physical rehabilitation at BMC - a basic retraining regimen that combines gentle encouragement and firm coaching. More here.
Arthritis was compromising Carolyn McMahon’s life and sense of wellbeing. “The discomfort was keeping me from walking upright. I was sedentary and giving in to the pain,” she said. “I went to my doctor, and she sent me to BMC for therapy.” More here.
Alice O’Connor grew up practicing a sport that has become one of the driving forces in her life. But a back injury threatened to derail her skating career. “I think I must have twisted the wrong way,” she said. More here.
John 'Andy' Plumer
Andy Plumer is a busy man who travels internationally for his work at Lightening Technologies in Pittsfield. Two very different medical conditions requiring very different forms of therapy could have made his life a lot more hectic. More here.