Outpatient RehabilitationPatients are discharged from the unit when they are able to function better in the community and inpatient services are no longer needed.
Rehabilitation therapy may not stop here, however. Outpatient services are also offered for those who have accomplished much as inpatients and need to continue to improve their skills and abilities.
The Outpatient Rehabilitation Department also offers many of the same therapies to patients who do not need daily comprehensive treatment. The department treats people who have had brain injuries, sports or orthopedic injuries, low back and neck pain while also treating patients with chronic conditions such as arthritis. Outpatient services also include a pediatric rehabilitation department, which offers an infant and early childhood development program.