Caring for the Whole Person
At Strong Health, rehabilitation is about more than restoring lost function; it’s about restoring hope. Rehabilitation can help you be stronger, healthier, more capable. It can improve your muscle function, your ability to remain independent, and your sense of well-being.
Conditions We Treat
Every year, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit helps hundreds of people who have experienced serious physical disabilities as a result of:
- Stroke (Cerebral Vascular Accidents)
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Multiple Traumas
- Organ Transplantations
- Orthopedic Conditions
- Neurological Diseases
- Musculoskeletal Conditions
Did You Know…
95% of our past patients said they would recommend the Strong Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit.
Our Rehabilitation Team
At the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, we focus on your strengths, not your limitations. Our team has the expertise and sensitivity to give you the emotional and physical support you need to make progress in your rehabilitation.
About the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
We offer a comfortable 20-bed unit, with both single and double rooms, that offers 24-hour care within the hospital. We have up-to-date therapeutic facilities and equipment, including a therapy gym and a furnished “living skills” apartment.
- Length of stay and patient rights & responsibilities
- Follow-up care after leaving the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
- Annual outcomes
- Annual report
- Stroke Center designation
Not All Rehabilitation Programs Are Created Equal
Our Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program and Spinal Cord System of Care are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), the agency responsible for setting the standards for the delivery of superior rehabilitative care. We are the only CARF-accredited Spinal Cord System of Care in the region.