Our goal in acute rehabilitation is to help every patient become as independent
as possible so that they can get back to the activities of daily living.
After treatment, the majority of our patients are able to return to their
daily routines. When regaining all former functionality is not possible,
we help patients achieve their maximum potential.
Working together with our patients, we help rebuild lives.
At RHRI, treating patients is a group effort. Our interdisciplinary team,
which includes physicians, therapists, nurses, social workers and other
support personnel, are skilled experts in their respective fields. But
the most important part of our team is you - the patient. Our staff works
with each patient individually to develop personalized treatment plans
with specific goals and objectives. We provide our patients with a safe,
structured environment, and work with them to improve cognition, physical
endurance, independence and confidence.
Remarkable recoveries happen every day at RHRI.
Since 1994, thousands of patients have turned to RHRI for help in their
recovery, often with dramatic results. To learn more about how we can
help you, please consult with your referring physician or call RHRI's
inpatient services at
(401) 766-0800, Ext. 5284.
Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs
helps patients with traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's,
stroke and other neurological disorders.
helps patients regain or improve lost or damaged brain functions and deal
with a wide range of issues so that they may return to the activities
of daily living with as much independence as possible.
BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION
helps maximize the patient's level of functioning so that the patient
can return to family life and/or the workplace with as much independence
SPINAL CORD REHABILITATION
helps patients build physical health and adapt to life after a spinal cord
injury. We also provide social support to help patients deal with the
psychological effects of trauma.
helps patients choose the most appropriate course of treatment, prosthetic
device and therapy option to gain maximum mobility and function.
helps patients with chronic pulmonary disease, respiratory dysfunction
following a spinal cord injury, hypoventilation syndromes or neuromuscular
disease maximize their level of independence. We also specialize in assisting
patients with ventilator weaning.
helps patients with fractures and multiple traumas maximize their strength
and mobility and decrease their pain or discomfort.