The therapy should continue. I started providing such therapy to a 99 year old woman with partial left sided-paralysis secondary to a stroke, and it disappeared after two years. She is now 108 years old. The MRSA infection is far more serious. I am up on this because I have one now. I picked mine up in a hospital, and the antibiotics are expensive and not too effective. Surgery was necessary to remove my infection. You need a consult with an infectious control specialist at a teaching hospital..Do this immediately. Fifteen days of "antibiotic" will not cure an MRSA infection. Often a shunt (usually in the arm) has to be surgically emplaced and intravenous antibiotics administered for an extended period of time.
Thanks to caregiver
She has an appointment with an infectious diseases next week i will suggest that she gets an iv antibiotic.