“My results from my therapy are endless…I can honestly say through my therapy at Coury & Buehler I am pain free!”
– Heather Morton
On July 19, 2012, Heather Morton was in a moped accident in Honolulu, Hawaii. The results were devastating: a broken wrist, a torn meniscus & two badly broken legs requiring major surgery.
Heather was referred to Coury & Buehler Physical Therapy by her sister’s friend and began working with Armia Abdo, PT, DPT, OCS in September of 2012. Heather knew it was going to be a long road, but had a positive outlook upon beginning her therapy: “I am a strong willed person and there was nothing that was going to stop me from getting better and hiking again, so I had to prepare myself mentally.”
Heather’s experience of working with Armia and the Irvine staff “exceeded any expectations”. Heather reflects, “His education and knowledge on my case was something I could have never found elsewhere. He knew exactly what to do and when to do it. I knew he was helping me make progress with the awareness of the pain I was in. We set goals together that were achieved through hard work and dedication to getting better.”
Heather’s results are a living testament of CBPT’s motto, “Life feels good…pain free!” Heather says, “My results from my therapy are endless…I can honestly say through my therapy at Coury & Buehler I am pain free!”
Today, Heather is running, jumping, hiking and working out with very limited restrictions. She is excited with the success that has come out of her therapy and is very happy with her physical achievements thereafter. She says, “I can hike now for over 6 hours with a large backpack and finish with a smile on my face!”
Upon reflecting on her time at CBPT, Heather says, “CBPT has impacted my life in the hugest way possible. They have created a life for me…” She credits her therapy for making it possible for her to walk, run & exercise again. Heather says, “I am beyond grateful for what Armia has done for legs and my life! I no longer have to worry if I can do something or not, I just do it!”