Outpatient Rehabilitation

Outpatient rehabilitation is a form of therapy where patients travel to a clinic or hospital to attend sessions and then return home the same day. Typically, a therapy session lasts from 30 minutes to an hour. When patients are admitted into outpatient programs, it shows that the patients are doing well enough to be home, and their doctors have confidence in them completing their course of therapy through outpatient rehabilitation.

Comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation services with an experienced team

HealthSouth’s team of highly skilled professionals represents a wide variety of rehabilitation techniques, providing the newest of treatments and technology. HealthSouth Rehabilitation Clinics offer a wide variety of outpatient services in three concentrated areas of therapy.

Specialized outpatient rehabilitation programs

The outpatient rehabilitation teams at HealthSouth work to develop individualized treatment plans to help patients reach their goals. A patient’s first visit includes a complete evaluation with a licensed physical or occupational therapist who develops a treatment plan with a HealthSouth physician. This plan is carefully customized to the patient’s specific needs. Specialized outpatient programs may include:

* All of these programs may not be available at all HealthSouth hospitals, please check with your local hospital to see if a particular service is available.

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