Who can we help?
All diagnosis strokes, cerebrovascular accident, cerebral thrombosis or any late effects of the above conditions.
Spinal Cord Injury:
Paralysis, quadriplegia, paraplegia, CNS damage or any other residuals due to an injury or spinal trauma including renal complications and/or includes DDD with myelopathy.
Any physical deformity or residual at birth.
Amputations unilateral or bilateral of lower or upper extremity. Excluding toes or fingers.
Major Multiple Traumas:
Trauma affecting more than one body system.
Any type fractures affecting the neck of femur.
Residual or late effect of open or closed head injury.
Multiple sclerosis, motor neuron disease, muscular dystrophy and Parkinson's disease exacerbation. Poly-neuropathy (excluding diabetic neuropathy). Please state reason for neuropathy.
New burn wounds or residual (I.E. contractures, scars, blisters, etc).
Active Polyarticular Arthritis:
Significant impairment that is unimproved after 3 weeks of aggressive therapy in less intensive setting immediately preceeding admits.
Joint inflammation such as certain lupus conditions (polymyositis) with same therapy requirements as above.
Severe or Advanced Osteoarthritis:
Significant impairment that is unimproved after 3 weeks of aggressive therapy in less intensive setting immediately proceeding admits.
Knee or Hip Replacement:
Joint replacement during an acute hospitalization immediately preceeding the IRF admission and also meeting one or more of the following:
- Bilateral knee or bilateral hip Replacement.
- Morbidly obese with BMI of at least 50 at time of IRF admission and stated by physician in our record.
- Age 85 or older at the time of admission to IRF.