Regain abilities or learn new ways to do activities through neurological rehabilitation at Montage Health.
Who can benefit?
Neurological rehab can help you reach your highest level of independence if you:
- Experienced a stroke or brain or spinal cord injury
- Have a neurologic disorder, such as multiple sclerosis (MS) or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also called ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease) or Parkinson’s Disease
- Experience regular or severe dizziness with normal activity
- Have had a recent concussion
What to expect
Partner with different therapists who specialize in the type of care you need. We’ll customize your program so it’s specific to your needs. Depending on your symptoms, diagnosis, and other factors, you may receive:
You may take part in neurological rehab during:
Collaborative, family-centered approach
You and your family caregivers will receive education about your condition and ongoing emotional support.
Expect the best possible guidance as you work toward your goals. Community Hospital holds specialty accreditation for stroke and brain injury rehabilitation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation (CARF). CARF is the nation’s top accrediting body for rehabilitation programs.