inpatient rehabilitation

Insist on the Best Inpatient Rehabilitation

If you or a family member is recovering from an injury or illness – such as a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury or multi-trauma – you deserve the best inpatient rehabilitation available to return to the people and activities you love more quickly and with more function and independence.

Admission Criteria for Inpatient Rehabilitation

admission criteriaInpatient rehabilitation is the highest, most intense level of post-acute care for rehabilitation. But when is a stay in an acute rehabilitation hospital the appropriate level of care? Who decides?

Care Management Helps Patients Navigate Their Inpatient Stay

When an illness, unexpected injury or surgery results in a stay at an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, the experience is often overwhelming.  Patients may have many questions, such as: How long will my stay last? Will I be able to manage at home when I am discharged?  What does my insurance cover? If I cannot pay for the care I need, is there support available?

Inpatient Joint Rehabilitation: What to Expect

inpatient rehabiliationYou’ve made the decision to have your knee or hip replaced and been told that you will need inpatient rehabilitation to get back on your feet. You probably have a lot of questions. What should you expect? How much therapy will you receive? Will your pain be managed? What will you be able to do when you get home?

SPRINT to Independence

 
We all know someone who has suffered a stroke, broken bone, joint replacement, spinal cord injury, multiple trauma or brain injury. Medically necessary inpatient rehabilitation probably was part of the recovery process after your relative, friend or neighbor was stabilized at an acute-care hospital.
 

Getting Back To Life after a Knee Replacement

Does walking up a flight of stairs cause pain in your knee? Do you feel stiffness and pain even while doing simple, everyday tasks or pain in your knee while sleeping? Is your lifestyle hampered by pain, causing you to not do some of the things you love because your knee can’t handle it?

It might be time for knee replacement surgery.