The Start of a New Life

A tragic car accident in 2002 left young mother Lisa Singh-Ray wheelchair-bound — a devastating experience for anyone to overcome. But her pain and trauma didn’t end there.

Paraplegics often develop wounds and ulcers that can become painful and infected.  Unfortunately Lisa was no exception.

She developed ulcers on her lower body that required bandage changes every two to three days by nurses and caregivers. After nearly 13 years, the wounds had not healed and nurses prepared Lisa for the worst.

Things abruptly changed when Joan Hunt, RN, a wound-care certified nurse from Renown Home Care, attended a conference in Las Vegas where she learned about a new bandage that would change Lisa’s life.

2 Responses to “The Start of a New Life”

  1. Im so happy to see Lisa looking healthy and happy!! Thank you to my nursing staff at Renown Home Care!!!

  2. Kimberly says:

    Way to go Joan!!! God bless you Lisa…..

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