Gabrielle Giffords’ Recovery

June 16, 2011 by Post Team 

Gabrielle Giffords' RecoveryGabrielle Giffords’ Recovery, Gabrielle Giffords is waking up in the suburban home of her husband Mark Kelly in Houston this morning. Physicians high Congressman Wednesday, five months after he was shot dead during a meeting with the components in Tucson. Behind these doors, Gabrielle Giffords is beginning the next phase of recovery. Wednesday, the congressman from Arizona went to the house of her husband, Mark Kelly, near Houston after leaving the hospital in Texas.

Congressman is euphoric, “says CJ Karamargin, a spokesman for Gifford.” This is an important step in her recovery and feels very good about it or says. ”

Giffords spent five months in hospital undergoing intensive rehabilitation for a gunshot wound to the head.

Her latest success has delighted residents. “Oh, that’s great!” Said one.
Colleagues in Congress led to Twitter. “Wonderful news about Giffords representative,” the House of Representatives John Boehner
Wrote. “We wish her and her family all the best.”

“She continues to inspire the nation with strength and courage,” said Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) New York.

Doctors say that Giffords is making remarkable progress. But it’s unclear if you will ever go back to Congress. It has until May next year to decide whether to run for reelection.

Images broadcast on the weekend program Giffords radiant. However, her work is far from over – the congressman is still struggling to walk and talk.

At home, you will receive all the care of the clock. And although you will still have to spend six hours a day in the outpatient therapy. Her husband now says at the end
The day, which will be with her family. Giffords will take part in speech, music, physical and occupational therapy with the same medical team that has tried since arriving in Houston In late January.

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