Testimonials

Never let ’em see you sweat!

I remember being a little girl involved in cheerleading from about the age of five – you don’t really sweat that much when you’re little.  Once I became a teenager, I stopped wearing colored shirts as the sweat was to embarrassing and it limited what I did.  I stopped cheerleading[…]

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Inpatient Rehabilitation – it was a turning point

I was admitted to the Wickenburg Community Hospital (WCH) emergency room on March 27, 2015 for an acute infection which ultimately resulted in a transfer to Del Webb Hospital for surgery.  I returned to WCH to recover in the swing bed program when Dr. Ball immediately recognized the need for[…]

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Singing Praises for Our Hospital and Rehabilitation

After four years have passed, and another broken hip because of neuropathy in both legs, I am once again writing to you to sing the praises of our own wonderful Wickenburg Hospital and Physical Therapy Rehab.  Last week I spent a very long day at the huge Core Center having[…]

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Building a Healthy Community One Person at a Time

I was a residential patient in the acute care unity of the Wickenburg Community Hospital for over 40 days.  I was absolutely stunned at the high quality of professional care that I received on a daily basis.  Prior to being admitted to the hospital I was quite skeptical about the[…]

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My Answer for Leg Pain

I had a lot of leg pain, muscle cramping, and jumpy legs after working all day.  I would get up in the middle of the night to sit in a tub of water to get the pain under control.  Within 24 hours of my procedure, I had very little pain[…]

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