Explore our comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative services offered in an acute rehabilitation hospital setting. As a patient, you will experience high-quality medical care, caring support from our compassionate staff, and most importantly; progressive rehabilitation to help reduce your pain and discomfort, enhance your mobility, and restore function.
What is Acute Rehabilitation?
Acute rehabilitation is an a intensive rehabilitation program which offers patients the highest level of rehabilitation service available. This type of rehabilitation is offered in a separate hospital environment, and therefore, at a hospital level of care.
Distinguishing Characteristics of our Acute Rehabilitation Hospitals:
- Board-certified rehabilitation physicians 24 hours a day
- Board-certified rehabilitation nurses and hospital level of nurse staffing
- Three hours of intensive interdisciplinary therapy service a day
- Interdisciplinary team based care
Who can be admitted from an Acute Care Hospital?
- Patients with the following diagnoses should always be considered for acute rehabilitation before a lower level of care is considered:
- Stroke: Old and New
- Spinal Cord Injury: Old and New
- Congenital Deformity
- Amputation: Old and New
- Multiple Trauma
- Fractured Hip
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Neurological Disorders: Parkinson’s, MS, GBS, Polyneuropathy
- Severe Arthritis
- Knee or Hip joint replacement with following criteria: Bilateral Extremity and/or over the age of 85
For more information, click on a location below that’s right for you:
Shore Rehabilitation Institute