Omaha, Nebraska 2021-06-16 12:40:57 –
“I knew that if I had the highest chance of recovery, I would have very limited time to act,” she said. “Fortunately, I had my cell phone.”
Tyrelly arrived at the Brian West campus in about 25 minutes, helping to minimize the damage she faced. Brian Health hospitalist Quinn Willett states that a popular phrase in the medical community is “time equals brain tissue.” The sooner a stroke victim arrives at the hospital, the better the outcome of their recovery may be.
Tyrelly’s stroke was hemorrhagic. That is, a blood vessel in her brain ruptured, causing spontaneous bleeding.
Immediately after the stroke, Tyrelly had virtually no control over the left side of her body. She could not bite the left side of her mouth and felt heavy on her left arm and leg.
“I didn’t feel numbness. It was heavy, like my own weight,” she said.
After staying in the intensive care unit for a few days, Tillery engaged in inpatient care for 11 days, working with occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and speech therapists.
When asked what her goals were when starting treatment, Tillery, an employee of the NU Foundation and ambassador to the Alzheimer’s Association, said she would like to attend this year’s Cattlemen’s Ball in her hometown of Columbus. ..
Tyrelly said he was only two and a half weeks after the stroke and wasn’t even sure if the goal was feasible. But last weekend she was there.
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