Stroke Awareness Month 2019

Stroke Awareness Month 2019

In recognition of National Stroke Awareness Month, please take time to listen to Dr. Isaac Mezo’s lifesaving interview that aired on WCSJ radio. We also want to take this opportunity to recognize our staff and the physicians for their commitment to providing excellent stroke care for our community, from stabilizing, to diagnosis and treatment. We are very proud of our Primary Stroke Certification from the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program. Above all, remember FAST!

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  1. Daniela Jackson on December 17, 2021 at 11:51 am

    I am 34 years old, a wife to Bakers and mummy to Ava and George. I was a lawyer but have been a stay at home mum for nearly nine years now, which is slightly scary. I have loved it and I would count it as a job because I have worked harder at home than I ever did anywhere else. What happened to me? I was going to say that I have recently become disabled. It’s actually five years ago, now so it isn’t that recent, but it still only feels like yesterday that I felt I had a burst AVM. A lot of other people have explained it a lot better, so I am not even going to attempt if you want to know more type ‘Arteriovenous Malformation’ into any Internet search engine. In search for a better health I came across people talking of Dr. Adebola on the internet, on how he uses herbs to treat so many chronic diseases, I was reluctant to give his herbal formula a try. At first it was like a miracle to me and my loved ones, I later realized that it was the miracle powers in his herbs that help my brain cells to function normal, after 5 years I now have my health in order, I now do everything I couldn’t do while I was disabled, am so grateful to God and Dr Adebola, I can’t thank him enough so I pray his nature’s knowledge be multiplied to help reach out to more people in need of a stable health.
    I want people to think about the HEALING powers in nature’s herbs, If you have already had a stroke then I appreciate this might be too late but carers and loved ones should think about this in case something similar happens or had happened to them!
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    Best of luck.

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