BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Back at the end of January, Doctor Zenko, a brain surgeon at Brookwood Hospital, left the facility on foot, and walked six miles to Trinity, to perform a life-saving operation for Army Veteran Tony Robinson.
Tony arrived at Trinity, plagued with a brain bleed, a condition that left him paralyzed and unable to communicate. Now a month and half later, he’s not only talking, he’s walking out of the hospital doors, with help from a cane and his wife, Andrea.
Tony still has a long road ahead, one that will be filled with rehab, and medical follow-ups. But he says he’s looking forward to the challenge, and his home.
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