Centura Health offers acute stroke rehabilitation programs to give patients the strengths and skills they need to return to their highest level of function.
Having a stroke changes you, and often means that you must relearn and redefine how you live. That’s why stroke rehabilitation is one of the most vital phases of recovery for many stroke survivors. Centura Health’s multidisciplinary acute stroke rehabilitation program provides intensive physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy to give patients the strengths and skills they need to return to their highest level of function.
A place to heal
Positive outcomes for stroke patients depend not just on emergency intervention but also on comprehensive follow-up care. Why should you choose Centura Health for your stroke rehabilitation? We offer:
- A complete evaluation and customized treatment program to help patients reach their highest level of function and independence.
- An inpatient stroke rehabilitation facility that includes a Level 1 Trauma Center and an award-winning Comprehensive Stroke Center. The Stroke Program holds a Gold Seal of approval from The Joint Commission and has earned numerous American Heart Association/American Stroke Association awards, which means you can be assured you’ll receive the highest quality care.
- A talented multidisciplinary team of nursing and therapy staff that specializes in rehabilitation treatment for stroke and neurological disorders, including neuro-development treatment, which focuses on stroke recovery.
- State-of-the art rehabilitation technology, including body-weight-supported treadmill training to improve gait performance and mobility, helping you safely walk again, and a car transfer simulator to help you safely learn to operate a motor vehicle again
Additionally, our neurological rehabilitation therapies include:
- Exercise training to improve strength, flexibility and coordination
- Physical therapy to retrain muscles to reduce spasticity and regain function
- Speech therapy to regain lost speech and comprehension, and improve communication skills
- Swallowing therapy to help you safely eat and drink, which includes modified barium swallow studies to measure swallowing impairment, as well as electrical stimulation technology treatments
- Occupational therapy to aid with personal activities of daily living and restore your independence
- Home health care and resources
Request a referral
A referral can be made by a local physician or hospital case manager, or you can request a referral. An evaluation by a pre-admission screening liaison is required (provided at no charge) to determine rehabilitation needs.