Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation’s specialized stroke rehabilitation program is designed to help restore patients to optimum levels of functionality while helping them compensate for decreased capabilities. Due to the neurological effects of a stroke, in which the ability of patients to perform everyday actions is often severely limited, the rehabilitation process involves teaching a patient how to perform those actions-like speaking, walking, eye-hand coordination, and using the restroom-that were lost during the stroke.
In instances in which full recovery from a stroke might not be possible, certain compensatory strategies will be taught. By regaining greater independence in accomplishing daily tasks, many go on to enjoy a quality of life beyond their expectations.
Integrated Treatment Program
Our team of specialists works with each individual patient to determine the best method of rehabilitation possible, as determined by the type and extent of their stroke. We take an intensive approach to rehabilitation and invest in top-of-the-line equipment to ensure patients have better outcomes.
Our highly personalized, integrated program includes:
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy
- Gait, balance and mobility training
- Psychological support
- Dysphagia therapy
- Suspensory gait system
If you’re considering Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation for your loved one, give us a call or fill out the form below. We’d love to show you around our campus.
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