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Stroke/Neurological Rehabilitation

According to the American Heart Association, over 795,000 Americans are impacted by stroke each year, meaning on average a stroke occurs every 40 seconds. With a number this high, it is not surprising that stroke is the leading cause of adult disability. The experience can be scary for patients as well as their families, because of the major impact a stroke can have on physical, emotional, work and personal aspects of life.

Neurological Rehabilitation Benefits

We offer therapy services for patients who have been discharged to home or assisted living after the completion of inpatient hospital services. We work with our patients to restore function, safety, confidence, and a sense of well-being with progress being made even months after the stroke occurred.

Physical Therapy intervention is also often needed intermittently after being discharged from an outpatient program in order to ensure patients can maintain their functional gains and to prevent injuries and physical decline.

Why choose us?

When you choose PRN Physical Therapy for your care needs, you are choosing a team dedicated to providing the support and healing needed to get you back to your best. Our therapists will develop a personalized treatment plan unique to your needs leveraged through leading, outcomes-driven techniques intended to improve movement and overall function goals.

About our team

Our physical therapists are specially trained in a range of specialties. We will also work collaboratively with your support network - from primary doctors to collegiate athletic trainers - to help you safely return to your day-to-day life while optimizing performance and preventing re-injury. We treat patients of all ages, and we pride ourselves on ease of access, convenience, quality of care, and a positive family-friendly environment.

At physical therapy appointments, we encourage patients to wear comfortable clothing that enables free movement and that allows the therapist access to the injured body part. Most patients wear athletic clothes to their appointments.