Groundbreaking celebration held for new inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Little River
In its first year, the hospital can help approximately 1,100 patients who are from life-altering injury and illness.
Five Tidelands Health team members earn certification for brain injury care
The five individuals have become certified brain injury specialists through the Brain Injury Association of America.
Escape from the pain: How the McKenzie Method of physical therapy helped two North Myrtle Beach men
The approach empowers patients to prevent pain from returning.
Heartwarming video chronicling father-daughter dance earns national grand prize
"The Dance" tells the story of a Murrells Inlet man who overcame a rare disease to dance at his daughter's wedding.
She's head of the (yoga) class
Allie Flowers was pleased to learn that pregnancy was no reason for her to stop practicing yoga.
Stroke Recovery: One Couple's Inspiring Story
The deep bond between Susan and Lou Pullen was perhaps never more evident than after he suffered a stroke in October 2016.
The Holiday Spirit In Action: Ramp Built For Man Who Lost Both Legs To Diabetes
How a team of volunteers from Tidelands Health and Coastal Structures came together to help a man who lost both his legs to Type 1 diabetes.
Right Place, Right Time: A Life Saved At Tidelands HealthPoint
How an otherwise routine Friday morning turned into a day that Richard Morris and his patient would never forget.