Rehabilitation Programs

Who can we help?

Stroke:
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.

Congential Deformity:
Any physical deformity or residual at birth.

Amputation:
Amputations unilateral or bilateral of lower or upper extremity. Excluding toes or fingers.

Major Multiple Traumas:
Trauma affecting more than one body system.

Hip Fracture:
Any type fractures affecting the neck of femur.

Brain Injury:
Residual or late effect of open or closed head injury.

Neurological Disorders:
Multiple sclerosis, motor neuron disease, muscular dystrophy and Parkinson's disease exacerbation. Poly-neuropathy (excluding diabetic neuropathy). Please state reason for neuropathy.

Burns:
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.

Systemic Vasculidities:
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: