Hamlin Place Comprehensive Stroke (CVA & TIA) Rehabilitation
Strokes (CVA’s), and associated mini-strokes, also known as trans-ischemic attacks, (TIA’s), are leading causes of adult disability. They can occur when a blood clot blocks a blood vessel in the brain, interrupting blood flow. For survivors, treatment for the fullest recovery possible is imperative.
Hamlin Place’s Comprehensive Rehab programs also provide a recovery process for a broad range of associated neurological diagnoses, including traumatic head injury, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumor, arteriovenous malformation, and aneurysms.
Individualized treatment plans include evaluation by licensed physical, occupational, and speech therapists, followed by regularly scheduled ongoing inpatient sessions designed to improve and / or regain lost or impaired functions. Your progress will be monitored by our staff Physiatrist, in consultation with your attending physician and your neurologist.
The facility’s interdisciplinary care plan team will meet periodically with the patient and their family to review all aspects of the rehab program, including therapy, nursing and medication management, nutrition, participation in activities, and discharge planning. Recovering from a major stroke can be a true test of endurance and time, which is why our therapy team plays different roles in the process, from teacher and trainer, to coach and motivator, to cheerleader. They will be there for you until you reach your maximum potential, to see you cross the finish line.