In the spotlight

A Wonderful Gift

by Milford Regional in Patient Stories

Reverend William Lawson never fully recovered from the fall that broke his ankle on December 23, 2009. Grace, his devoted and loving wife of 56 years, recalls that he never [Read More...]
  • Better Safe Than Sorry

    November 29, 2018

    After watching her parents struggle with colon cancer and her grandmother with esophageal cancer, JoAnn Pike of Norfolk, feared a similar scary diagnosis might loom in her own future. As a result, [Read More...]
  • One in a Million

    November 19, 2018

    Today, Susan Ressler, 67, enjoys doing pottery, volunteering at the library and performing with a local singing group, but not long ago, she was diagnosed with colon cancer and feared she would never [Read More...]
  • A Life Renewed

    September 6, 2018

      When Melissa Martin was at her lowest point, she couldn’t even pull on her own socks and needed her fiancé to assist with that arduous task. She couldn’t walk her dog, unload the [Read More...]
  • In the most general sense, when one thinks about rehabilitation from an illness or injury, it is commonly thought that Physical Therapy has its focus on the lower extremities:  the hip, knee, ankle, [Read More...]
  • Freedom From Pain

    August 23, 2018

    Since 2013, Blackstone resident Todd Whiteley had consulted with four cardiologists, two gastroenterologists, two pain specialists, a physical therapist and a spinal surgeon. Todd, 47, notes that he [Read More...]