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Grateful Patient Stories

The staff at Augusta Health always puts your health care first. We pride ourselves in providing advanced technologies and services with a personal touch and concern for you and your family. These patient stories exemplify the level of care we strive for at Augusta Health.

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Back in Step

After only a few months of therapy, I'm able to walk up stairs now, and that's something I never would have imagined back in November.

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Within a few weeks, and with the help of her therapists, Carter, a tennis enthusiast, was on the court, racquet in hand.  

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Mary OlsonShe knew a regular exercise regimen could help maintain and increase muscle strength. Her end goal: keep her independence and stay out of that wheelchair.  

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K-9 Officer Kelvin PruettHe was walking again right after the anesthesia wore off from the operation, and only stayed in the hospital overnight. "The pain is gone," he says, estimating that he's about 80 percent improved. He returned to work on light duty in January 2010, and returned to full duty that May.  

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I used to have borderline high cholesterol and high blood pressure, but I wasn't having any heart trouble and didn't have problems in my family,  

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Sandy Bazan with her husband JohnIt was amazing to have someone to talk with, someone who's been where I was headed. She could relate to everything I was telling her.  

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Tammy MyersAfter you're diagnosed, you're ready for someone to hold your hand. Meg has been by my side the entire time. She's also been there for my husband and my two girls. She's my angel.  

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