We offer the full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, including:
More than 40 therapists provides rehabilitation care for patients with a variety of diagnoses commonly referred from Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Orthopaedics, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Vascular, Oncology, ENT, Rheumatology, Gerontology and Pediatrics (selected diagnoses and ages). A physician's referral is required for all services.
Outpatient therapists evaluate patients in a clinic setting. Physical and occupational therapists provide individualized treatment programs and education to improve a patient's function, strength, and help manage pain. Your surgeon may recommend outpatient therapy services before your surgery or after you are discharged from the hospital.
Inpatient rehabilitation is located within the hospital setting. Your physician or surgeon will recommend inpatient rehabilitation if needed during your hospital stay following your spine surgery.
Inpatient therapists evaluate patients at the bedside following surgery to determine treatment needs and rehabilitation discharge recommendations. Physical and occupational therapists instruct patients in safe mobility and proper techniques for performing activities of daily living to promote independence. In addition, a speech language pathologist may assess swallowing abilities and make diet recommendations following cervical surgery when needed.
Physical, occupational and speech therapy services are available at one convenient site for those patients requiring more than one therapy.