"Therapy has been excellent and necessary and I was able to meet wonderful people and make new friendships through working in the therapy gym."
Martha Hanna’s journey at The Oaks at Northpointe Woods is a tale of resilience and triumph. After a fall that left her with a broken hip, Martha, a retired RN with an active lifestyle, faced the challenge of being unable to walk. With determination and the support of knowledgeable and friendly therapists, Martha progressed from no weight bearing to partial weight walking with a walker.
Throughout her rehab, Martha’s goal was simple but profound: to walk again and return home. Thanks to her hard work and the expertise of her therapists, she not only achieved her goal but surpassed it. Now, Martha walks short distances with a walker, effortlessly manages stairs, and takes care of her dressing and bathing needs independently. Her story is a testament to the transformative power of dedication and rehabilitation, showcasing the resilience of the human spirit.