Other rehabilitation services
The Rehabilitation program provides many specialized services to adults who have been disabled by an illness or injury:
- Amputee Clinic to help patients with lower limb amputations learn how to walk again.
- Baptist Hospital East Home Health Agency to provide rehabilitative services to children and adults at home as often as seven days a week.
- Cardiac Rehabilitation Program to help patients who have experienced a heart attack, angioplasty, coronary artery bypass graft, valve replacement surgery or suffer from angina develop a heart healthy lifestyle.
- Lymphedema Clinic to help patients suffering from lymphedema (chronic swelling).
- Occupational Therapy to help individuals achieve their highest level of independence in daily living skills after an injury or illness.
- Physical Therapy services specializing on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
- Post-Polio Syndrome Clinic to provide comprehensive care to people suffering from the late effects of poliomyelitis.
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program to help patients with pulmonary disease breathe easier and improve quality of life through education and an individually-structured exercise program.
Education and support programs include:
- Brain Injury Support Group, a monthly support group for people with brain injuries, as well as family members and friends.
- Stroke Club, a monthly support group for people who have experienced a stroke, as well as their family members and friends.
For more information on stroke, brain injury, amputations or other health topics, visit our Health Encyclopedia.