Sharing personal stories helps us stay connected as a community. Sure to inspire, these stories reflect the courage and perseverance of our friends, family and neighbors — and their experiences as patients or loved ones — right here on the Outer Banks.
Ron Wright’s Story: Taking Control
After experiencing up to four heart attacks, the Kill Devil Hills resident, Ron Wright, decided to take control of his health, crediting his success to Outer Banks Health’s Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehab program.Read More
Ron Wright’s Story: Taking ControlAfter experiencing up to four heart attacks, the Kill Devil Hills resident, Ron Wright, decided to take control of his health, crediting his success to Outer Banks Health’s Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehab program.
Becoming Unstuck – Barbara Dixon’s StoryKitty Hawk resident Barbara Dixon credits her time with The Center for Healthy Living and their weight management class for adjusting her relationship with food and encouraging her to address the barriers to a better life. She is thrilled to be back doing what she loves…baking for family and friends.
Physical Therapy Helps Kym Fehlberg Get Back to Normal – Kym Fehlberg’s StoryFrom a young age, Kym experienced vertigo. She was referred to The Outer Banks Hospital Rehabilitation and Therapy Center. Over time, her symptoms greatly improved.
Advocating for Your Health and Well-Being – Mike Miller’s StoryManteo resident, Maynard “Mike” Miller, is a 77-year-old who takes his healthcare seriously. Despite a slew of medical challenges, Miller stands strong and is determined to live life to the fullest.
The Center For Healthy Living Helps Wayne Barry Lose WeightHe credits the way the team tracked him on the program, allowing virtual visits and holding him accountable.