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Life Care of Red Bank gets motorcycle accident patient moving again

Left to right: Cayce Weekley, physical therapist; Schonna Davis, occupational therapist; Philip Stillwell; Shawn Lowe, speech therapist; Misty Chadwick, physical therapist assistant; Ocellia Whatley, occupational therapist assistant

A motorcycle accident left Philip “Ray” Stillwell with acute respiratory failure and hypoxia, an oxygen deficit.

Stillwell couldn’t walk and required assistance to get dressed, bathe, get in and out of bed and stand when he came to Life Care Center of Red Bank in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Sept. 8, 2017. He also had difficulty swallowing and was on a pureed diet....

Life Care Center of Red Bank helps Ellett recover from infection

Left to right: Jamie Wallis, director of rehab; Schonna Davis, occupational therapist; Ed Ellett; and Cayce Weekley, physical therapist

In January 2017, Ed Ellett came to Life Care Center of Red Bank in Chattanooga, Tennessee, for rehabilitation after developing an infection in his spine.

“On admission, I had an inadequate ability to swallow, could not turn over or sit up and only had minimal movement in my legs,” Ellett remembered. “I also had a lot of health issues to overcome....”

Life Care Center of Red Bank helps Andruk regain independence

Agnes Adruk surrounded by her therapy team

When Agnes Andruk came to Life Care Center of Red Bank in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on July 20, 2017, she had suffered a gastrointestinal hemorrhage and respiratory failure.

Andruk arrived at the rehab and skilled nursing center unable to walk or groom herself and requiring extensive assistance to get in and out of bed, get dressed and bathe....

Life Care Center of Red Bank helps Simpson recover after stroke

Associates pose with Simpson

Jennifer Simpson, was admitted to Life Care Center of Red Bank, Tennessee, on March 16, 2017, after suffering a stroke following a routine surgery. 

The stroke affected both sides of her body. 

When Simpson arrived, she required total assistance with most tasks...