Riverside Rehabilitation employees help woman suffering from medical

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Riverside Rehabilitation employees help woman suffering from medical condition

Posted on Wed, Jan. 17, 2007

Riverside Rehabilitation employees collected money to help a local woman, Kristin Meredick Travis.

Travis has endured chronic pain from trigeminal neuralgia and reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) resulting from an obsteoblastoma tumor in her head.

She has had numerous treatments including brain and spinal cord surgeries without success, and the chronic pain has severely decreased her quality of life.

She has the opportunity for a low-dose ketamine treatment in Arkansas. Riverside Rehabilitation staff representatives presented a check to Travis’ mother Nancy Meredick.

From left are: Jane Brennan, director of marketing; Eileen Younker, BSN, CORF coordinator, nurse manager; Frank A. Pugliese Jr., CEO; Nancy Meredick, mother; Michelle Gauntlett, PAC; Jay Richards, MSPT, clinical coordinator; and Heather Stiles, LPTA, assistant clinical coordinator.

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