When Tom was admitted to Rehab America Goodlettsville, he had broken his hip and upper arm, which made it impossible for him to walk or stand without assistance. However, Tom was determined to get better. At the start of his therapy, he required assistance with basic tasks such as putting on clothes and bathing. The therapists focused on Tom’s walking and standing endurance, and he began to improve day by day.
Soon, he was able to stand up and walk with a cane and complete his daily tasks with no physical assistance. The progress Tom made was nothing short of remarkable. Within a month, he went from being unable to stand to being able to walk over 100 feet with little assistance. Congratulations, Tom!