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Lung cancer patient gets stronger at Life Care Center of Federal Way

“The exercises gave me strength, increased morale and helped me recover quickly.”

James Mwaura was very weak when he arrived at Life Care Center of Federal Way, Washington, for rehabilitation on July 26, 2017.

Mwaura had been through a lot. Diagnosed with lung cancer, he had just come out of the hospital from a battle with sepsis (a severe infection), acute respiratory failure and pneumonia....

Life Care Center of Federal Way helps Green regain independence

Frank Green with Mark Basco, physical therapy aide

When Frank Green came to Life Care Center of Federal Way, Washington, on April 21, 2017, he was completely dependent on others. 

Green had suffered acute respiratory failure, pneumonia and even septic shock and had been left with very little strength or mobility....

Life Care Center of Federal Way helps Streeter recover after accident

Streeter with rehab aide Mark Basco

Erin Streeter was admitted to Life Care Center of Federal Way, Washington, on June 6, 2017, after she was in a car accident that fractured her pelvis and scapula, gave her a concussion and also lacerated her liver, a kidney and a lung....

Life Care Center of Federal Way helps Tellier recover from bypass

Armand Tellier with Carrie Harstad, occupational therapist

On May 27, 2017, Armand Tellier had a coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Along the way, he also developed pneumonia.

Tellier came to Life Care Center of Federal Way, Washington, on June 26, 2017, for help in regaining his independence....

Life Care Center of Federal Way helps Hayes regain independence

William Hayes quote

William Hayes couldn’t do much when he arrived at Life Care Center of Federal Way, Washington, on April 3, 2017.

Hayes has heart failure, diabetes and encephalopathy, a disease affecting the brain. He also had a prior stroke. When he came to the facility, he needed total assistance with almost all his mobility and activities of daily living...