Transforming Lives & Inspiring Hope: A Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network podcast

Transforming Lives & Inspiring Hope: A Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network podcast

Stories of recovery from illness, injury or accident, as told by the patients of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, a destination for recovery in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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January 10, 2022
Dr. Kimberly Kuchinski leads a discussion on pediatric rehabilitation.
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Dr. Sandeep Singh covers different recovery and treatment approaches for patients who have suffered spinal cord injuries.
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Dr. Ayanna S. Kersey McMullen discusses the benefits of addressing recovery from an integrative approach, and details how integrative wellness can benefit anyone with an illness or chronic condition.
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Find out about the most common work-related injuries, and how a quality rehabilitation program for work-related injuries benefits both the injured worker and their employer.
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Beth Harris leads a reflective discussion on her journey with Good Sheperd after suffering a stroke.
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Rory Woods discusses how he recovered from his stroke using the Mind, Body, and Spirit approach.
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Chris and Anne talk about their father Kermit's journey to recover from stroke, including why they chose Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
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Jodi Gaulker talks about her daughter Callie's treatment at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Pediatric Unit in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
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