Like so many others, Diane was suffering in silence.
If you have had a stroke, occupational therapy has more than likely been a critical aspect of your recovery. After a stroke, everyday activities can prove to be challenging. It's important to relearn tasks and build your strength to live independently.
Hunter Showers, like most 15-year-olds, loves to sled in fresh snow and show-off in front of his younger brother.
“I’m here today because of you,” said Keith McCabe of Williamsport as he addressed a crowd of emergency medical services professionals and community members as a special guest at an EMS Week celebration held at UPMC Susquehanna WRMC.
Knowledge is the gift that keeps on giving. Members of UPMC Susquehanna Soldiers + Sailors Hospital Auxiliary recently awarded two $1,000 scholarships to two local students pursuing degrees in health care.
As nurses, the work you do for our community and health system is deeply appreciated.
Tips on how to stay healthy during sweltering temperatures.
UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven medical staff recently celebrated the completion of the emergency department renovation with a special ribbon cutting.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes Boris Gabinskiy, M.D., to SH Internal Medicine at Wellsboro.
Thanks to the generosity of more than 150 donors in the community, the Friends of Soldiers + Sailors Annual Campaign raised $36,000.
A stroke impacts the brain, and the brain controls our behavior and emotions. After a stroke, survivors often experience emotional and behavioral changes.
Kathy Keiper lives at a retirement village in Northumberland but is a very busy woman.