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Alameda Oaks Nursing Center helps woman overcome edema

Mary Parmer with Carla Baird, occupational therapist (left) and Isidro Garza, physical therapy assistant

After a stay in the hospital, Mary Parmer was experiencing edema, a swelling because of extra fluid in the body’s tissues, in her legs.

The edema made Parmer unable to walk and hampered her ability to take care of herself. She came to Alameda Oaks Nursing Center in Corpus Christi on March 30, 2017, for rehabilitation....

Whatever It Takes And Then Some August 2016 winners

Marlena Johnson, certified nursing assistant at Alameda Oaks Nursing Center in Corpus Christi, Texas, noticed that a resident was losing weight and stepped in to assist. Johnson inquired into what the resident liked to eat and found out she likes strawberry Nutri-Grain bars. Johnson makes sure that these snacks are available for the resident when she feels like munching.

Alameda Oaks Nursing Center rehab helps woman overcome arthritis

Rene Smith (center) with Dawn Tabor, occupational therapist (left) and Owen Puno, physical therapist (right)

Osteo and rheumatoid arthritis had taken a toll on Patricia “Rene” Smith, to the point where she could no longer walk, stand up, sit down, bathe herself or get out of bed on her own. Therapy made a world of difference for her.

On June 17, 2016, Smith came to Alameda Oaks Nursing Center in Corpus Christi for physical and occupational therapies in hopes they could help her get back to her normal life.