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Success Stories

Celebrating patient success at Vibra Hospital of Charleston

At Vibra Hospital of Charleston, our commitment to exceptional patient care is reflected in the inspiring success stories of those we serve. Each story is a testament to the strength and determination of our patients, as well as the expertise and compassion of our dedicated clinical team. These narratives highlight the remarkable recoveries and life-changing experiences that occur within our walls, offering hope and encouragement to all who read them. Join us in celebrating these triumphs and discover how Vibra Hospital of Charleston is making a difference in the lives of our patients and their families.

Tillman Perritte

Tillman Perritte is glad he doesn't remember the accident that ultimately led him to Vibra Hospital of Charleston. A piece of heavy machinery pinned him down, leaving him with multiple fractures and "crushing" internal injuries. An ambulance transported him to MUSC, where he was admitted as a trauma patient and intubated.

Colin Thompson

Monica Thompson never left her son's side. Though hospitalized with an anoxic brain injury, Colin had a second chance at life. The brain injury left Colin with significant deficits and a long road to recovery, but there was hope. That hope led Colin and his mother to Vibra Hospital of Charleston, a critical care hospital.
Joshua with his family and clinicians outside Vibra Hospital of Charleston

Joshua Fiorini

As an active father and husband, Joshua Fiorini's life turned upside down after suffering a stroke. He arrived at Vibra determined to work on his recovery so he could get back to his family.

Adam Troutman

As a personal trainer, Adam Troutman pushed himself every day. This was no exception after a severe car accident left him with two below-the-knee amputations. He worked hard as his recovery and never gave up.

Mr. Overcash

Mr. Overcash came to Vibra unable to walk after multiple surgeries to correct a major bowel blockage. With hard work and support from his therapists, he can now walk and has gained back his independence.

Ruth Steinbraker

While in a medically induced coma to heal from a major stroke, Ruth Steinbraker was put on a full tracheostomy to support her respiratory function. She came to Vibra to regain her strength and independence.