Vibra Healthcare and Monument Health are pleased to announce the opening of the Rehabilitation and Critical Care Hospital of the Black Hills. This innovative new healthcare facility, situated at 2115 Promise Road in Rapid City, South Dakota, seamlessly integrates two types of specialized hospital care under one roof: inpatient medical rehabilitation and critical care, also known as long-term acute care.
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Exploring the world is still possible with a spinal cord injury. The key is ensuring your care is properly planned and thought through.
Life will look different when returning home with a spinal cord injury. It’s important to address these necessary adjustments to live a safe and rewarding life.
Vibra Healthcare is pleased to announce that Central Penn Business Journal selected Darla Perdue, chief clinical officer and COVID officer, as a 2022 Women of Influence honoree.
In early 2021, Vibra Healthcare’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Council led the development and deployment of Diversity Talks—an interactive program designed to encourage awareness, training, and conversation around DEI topics.
When we hear about a career in healthcare, we often visualize scrubs and lab coats. Traditional roles such as nurses, physicians, or therapists are the first to come to mind. While these are critical roles, opportunities in healthcare are varied. These opportunities provide meaningful work and wonderful opportunities for clinicians and non-clinicians alike.
Compression fractures of the spine can lead to a bent posture alignment. This causes poor balance, increased pain, and trouble breathing.
While living with amyotrophic Lateral sclerosis (ALS), simple adjustments to daily routines can help to build independence.
Repetition is key when repairing neurons in the brain. When done correctly, neurological rehabilitation gives the brain a chance to reestablish lost connections.
Lifestyle changes to our physical activity, sleep, and diet can have a huge effect on our brain health. Small changes in these areas can help avoid conditions like cognitive decline.