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At the Bedside: Young stroke survivor's inspiring journey highlights the power of resilience, support, and research

Katie Breece, a stroke survivor, shares her journey to empower other survivors on their road to recovery and the importance of rehabilitation therapy.  (Photo courtesy of Katie Breece)

May 6, 2024

Katie Breece was a healthy, active 27-year-old professional from Seattle starting her career, living life, and never expected it to be upended by a stroke. She woke up one morning and began her day like any other when suddenly her life changed forever. What began as a transient ischemic attack (TIA) while in the bathroom getting ready for work quickly escalated to a full-blown stroke, leaving her facing a challenging road to recovery. 

At the Bedside: Patient with Parkinson’s disease sets out to travel the world after treatment at ƹƵAppHealth Houston

After getting treatment for her Parkinson's disease from ƹƵAppHealth Houston, Sophia Agnihotri is back to traveling the world. (Photo courtesy of Sophia Agnihotri)

April 18, 2024

An avid world traveler, Sophia Agnihotri knew something was wrong when she started experiencing uncontrollable shaking and extreme fatigue. Her symptoms made it difficult to do daily tasks and ultimately led her to quit her job. After being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, she found relief and new hope through treatment by Mya Schiess, MD, at ƹƵAppHealth Houston.

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