Hospital Rehab/Facility Partners

Current Partner Facilities


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Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation is the first and only acute rehabilitation hospital in Montgomery County. Our Rockville location is a free-standing hospital conveniently located next to Shady Grove Medical Center and includes an outpatient gym for continued rehabilitation services.

Comprehensive Rehabilitation Programs

We offer comprehensive rehabilitation programs for traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, strokes, amputations, orthopedic injuries and surgeries, sports-related injuries, work-related injuries and more.

CARF Certified

Adventist Rehab was the first acute rehabilitation hospital to be CARF certified for all four of its specialty programs in a 5-state area that includes West Virginia, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Inpatient Admissions

Typically, a person is referred to Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation for inpatient admission by a hospital or other health care facility. The discharge planner, case manager, therapist and/or doctor have determined the need for acute rehabilitation care.

Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation is the first and only acute rehabilitation hospital in Montgomery County.

CARF Certified

Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation is the first acute rehabilitation hospital to be CARF certified for all four of its specialty programs (Amputee, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke) in a 5-state area that includes West Virginia, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Rehabilitation Hospital Details

Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation Takoma Park can be found on the fifth floor of Washington Adventist Hospital. This location provides inpatient rehabilitation care.

Adventist Healthcare Rehabilitation, Takoma Park, MD
7600 Carroll Avenue, 5th Floor, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Main: 301-891-5560
Fax: 301-891-5637

https://www.adventisthealthcare.com/locations/profile/rehabilitation-takoma-park/

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Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute

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Open since 1974, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute is Arkansas’ largest and most comprehensive rehabilitation hospital. Accredited by CARF  (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) for Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs and Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute is also accredited for specialty programs in the areas of Amputation, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke.

Baptist Health Rehabilitation lnstitute’s team of highly skilled and experienced physicians, therapists, and nurses help individuals and their family members achieve their highest level of function and quality of life. This comprehensive and customized approach to rehabilitative care has led to Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute being recognized among the top rehab facilities in the nation by Uniform Data System for achieving and sustaining outstanding clinical outcomes.

In addition to our inpatient services, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute is an established provider of outpatient rehabilitation. We have over 20 outpatient clinics across central Arkansas with an experienced team of more than 60 occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech therapists and neuropsychologists.

Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute coordinates care to assist patients with limb loss at each stage of recovery, from inpatient post-operative acute rehabilitation to prosthetic training in both inpatient and outpatient settings. We work closely with prosthetic providers to assure individuals achieve the best results with their prostheses. If needed, our Wheelchair and Seating Clinic assists with making decisions and obtaining equipment which will best meet mobility, safety and independence needs.

To make a successful transition to home and community, Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute provides unique opportunities such as David’s Village and Driver Rehabilitation. David’s Village is a simulated setting which includes a detailed replica of a grocery store, restaurant, and gas station. This gives patients the opportunity to practice and succeed at real-life skills. Our Driver Rehabilitation program helps get our patients back on the road safely and independently. Additionally, many of our patients find our peer support network helpful during and after the transition to their life at home and work.

To learn more about Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute, visit baptist-health.com or call Baptist Healthline at 888-BAPTIST

We invite you and your family to tour our facilities and learn more about the types of care provided. To arrange a tour for our Little Rock location, call (501) 202-7011; for North Little Rock, call (501) 681-0974 or toll-free at 1-888-227-8478.

Baylor, Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation, Dallas, TX

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Dallas is dedicated to helping patients find their way back from all types of injuries, illnesses and acute and chronic conditions. Our Amputee Program offers a comprehensive recovery plan that helps individuals with limb loss adapt to their new normal both physically and psychologically. Our amputee rehabilitation team will help patients regain function and mobility, apply proper wound care and assist with limb management. We work collaboratively with you to evaluate your needs and customize a prosthesis to match your lifestyle so you can use and maintain your prosthesis with comfort and confidence. Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation offers a diverse network of inpatient rehabilitation facilities, outpatient clinics and home health services to help patients return to independent and productive lives.

Baylor, Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation, Fort Worth, TX

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Fort Worth is dedicated to helping patients find their way back from all types of injuries, illnesses and acute and chronic conditions. Our Amputee Program offers a comprehensive recovery plan that helps individuals with limb loss adapt to their new normal both physically and psychologically. Our amputee rehabilitation team will help patients regain function and mobility, apply proper wound care and assist with limb management. We work collaboratively with you to evaluate your needs and customize a prosthesis to match your lifestyle so you can use and maintain your prosthesis with comfort and confidence. Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation offers a diverse network of inpatient rehabilitation facilities, outpatient clinics and home health services to help patients return to independent and productive lives.

Baylor, Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation, Frisco, TX

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Frisco is dedicated to helping patients find their way back from all types of injuries, illnesses and acute and chronic conditions. Our Amputee Program offers a comprehensive recovery plan that helps individuals with limb loss adapt to their new normal both physically and psychologically. Our amputee rehabilitation team will help patients regain function and mobility, apply proper wound care and assist with limb management. We work collaboratively with you to evaluate your needs and customize a prosthesis to match your lifestyle so you can use and maintain your prosthesis with comfort and confidence. Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation offers a diverse network of inpatient rehabilitation facilities, outpatient clinics and home health services to help patients return to independent and productive lives.

Baylor, Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation, Lakeway, TX

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Lakeway is dedicated to helping patients find their way back from all types of injuries, illnesses and acute and chronic conditions. Our Amputee Program offers a comprehensive recovery plan that helps individuals with limb loss adapt to their new normal both physically and psychologically. Our amputee rehabilitation team will help patients regain function and mobility, apply proper wound care and assist with limb management. We work collaboratively with you to evaluate your needs and customize a prosthesis to match your lifestyle so you can use and maintain your prosthesis with comfort and confidence. Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation offers a diverse network of inpatient rehabilitation facilities, outpatient clinics and home health services to help patients return to independent and productive lives.

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Our team treats people of all ages who have suffered an amputation, which is a surgical removal of all or part of a limb or extremity such as an arm, leg, foot, hand, toe or finger. Amputations can be a result of disease such as diabetes, blood clots, infections, osteomyelitis or caused by trauma. Many of our patients are referred to the program from emergency rooms, doctors’ offices and other community partners.

The Amputee Program provides an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to evaluate, rehabilitate and support people with amputations. We specialize in individualizing care and creating a patient-centered treatment plan. We actively serve the community by collaborating with primary care physicians, pediatricians, sports medicine doctors, schools, coaches, athletic trainers and parents.

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Our team of experts offer tremendous knowledge in the latest technologies and treatments for amputee rehabilitation, providing the clinical, technical and professional resources needed to help patients progress toward total independence.

The amputee rehabilitation program is Joint Commission accredited and focuses on the unique needs of each individual, with objectives including instruction in skin care, pre-prosthetic conditioning and instruction, prosthetic mobility training and limb maintenance.

Each patient’s treatment plan is designed to accomplish their therapeutic goals through a sequence of measurable, achievable steps:

  • Improving general and specific muscle strength
  • Educating patients and their families on skin care and prosthesis care
  • Shaping residual limb for prosthetic fit
  • Teaching independence in ambulation with and without prosthesis
  • Increasing independence in daily living skills
  • Developing coping skills for patient and family as they adjust to new challenges
  • Facilitating community re-entry
Center for Advanced Amputee Care at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center, Denver, CO

The Center for Advanced Amputee Care at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center provides treatment and management for those facing limb loss through the expertise of multidisciplinary physicians and their innovative techniques. While the field is technical and extraordinarily complex, our team has the unique ability to connect with patients by developing deep relationships. Patient autonomy is first and foremost in every decision. Our team of physicians are experts in the following

  • Osseous Integration
  • Targeted Muscle Reinnervation (TMR)
  • Ertl-type Amputations
  • Residual limb lengthening
  • Providing the latest in Prosthetic technology
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, GA

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is one of the largest pediatric clinical care providers in the country.   The Limb Deficiency Program at Children’s, part of the Children’s orthotics and prosthetics department, offers comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for young patients and their families, bringing together pediatric upper and lower extremity orthopedic and plastic surgeons, pediatric physical and occupational therapists, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, and certified prosthetists and orthotists. With access to more than 60 pediatric specialties through Children’s, the Limb Deficiency Program has additional resources available to assist patients as needed.

The primary goal of the Limb Deficiency Program is to assist children, adolescents and young adults with upper and lower extremity limb deficiencies achieve optimal independence and functioning at home, school, play and work.

Whether the limb difference is congenital (present at birth) or acquired (the result of disease, an accident or other trauma), it’s important for a patient to be matched with the right physician, certified prosthetist or orthotist, and therapist as early as possible.

Our prosthetists and orthotists are accredited by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics (ABC) and licensed to practice in Georgia. We work with physicians and other community health professionals to develop the best plans of care for our patients. Our in-house orthotics and prosthetics fabrication lab is the only hospital-based, accredited pediatric facility of its kind in Georgia.

Clinical advancements and research:

The Limb Deficiency Program team is actively involved in research. We collaborate with:

  • Emory University School of Medicine
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Kennesaw State University

Memberships and accreditations:

  • American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics (ABC)
  • Association of Children’s Prosthetic-Orthotic Clinics (ACPOC)
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • The Joint Commission
  • National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI)
  • American Physical Therapy Association Pediatric Residency Program
ChristianaCare

Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, ChristianaCare is one of the country’s most dynamic health care organizations, centered on improving health outcomes, making high-quality care more accessible and lowering health care costs. ChristianaCare includes an extensive network of outpatient services, home health care, urgent care centers, three hospitals (1,299 beds), a free-standing emergency department, a Level I trauma center and a Level Ill neonatal intensive care unit, a comprehensive stroke center and regional centers of excellence in heart and vascular care, cancer care and women’s health.

located within Wilmington Hospital, ChrislianaCare’s innovative 40-bed, GARF-accredited rehabilitation unit is uniquely designed with the latest in therapeutic technology and real-life skill simulation environments. The Center for Rehabilitation at Wilmington Hospital is accredited as a Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility with specialty accreditation in Stroke, Brain Injury and Limb Loss by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF accreditation is internationally recognized assurance that care at ChristianaCare’s Center for Rehabilitation meets rigorous standards for service and quality.

From acute rehabilitation care that begins at the hospital bedside, to a personalized outpatient treatment plan, the Center for Rehabilitation at Wilmington Hospital helps one reclaim the independence and activity level that puts you back on the road to your best health.

CHRISTUS Ochsner Health Southwestern Louisiana is a not-for-profit health system that is dedicated to a mission of extending the healing ministry of Jesus Christ. The hospital is a recognized leader in Southwest Louisiana for its comprehensive health and wellness services and its work to improve the health of the community, embracing the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of each patient.

CHRISTUS Ochsner St. Patrick Regional Physical Rehabilitation Center is a 23 bed CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. We are the only CARF accredited rehabilitation unit in the region.

Our rehabilitation team includes highly skilled physicians, nurses, therapists and other healthcare providers that specialize in creating an individualized comprehensive rehabilitation program to assist in helping our patients achieve their highest functional status and improve their overall quality of life.

In addition to our inpatient rehabilitation unit, CHRISTUS Ochsner St. Patrick Hospital provides outpatient rehabilitation services with an experienced team of physical and occupational therapists as well as speech language pathologists. Our team provides our patients with quality one on one treatment with a focus on maximizing functional independence.

Our inpatient and outpatient teams work closely with local orthotic and prosthetic providers to ensure patients have the best outcomes.

CHRISTUS Ochsner St. Patrick Hospital is proud to offer a wide range of health care services including:
Behavioral Health Services, Day Surgery, Emergency Services (24 hours), Gastrointestinal Laboratory, Intensive Care Unit, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Robotic- Partial Knee and Total Hip Replacement, Joint Replacement, Shoulder, Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation, Stroke Center, Physical Rehabilitation, Regional Cancer Center, John & Sylvia Stelly Regional Heart Center and Wound Care and Hyperbaric Services.

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Our mission at DHR Health Rehabilitation Hospital is to provide a comprehensive rehabilitation program of the highest quality in order to improve the well-being of those we serve with a commitment to excellence. Every Patient, Every Encounter, Every Time!

Our Amputee program is committed to meeting the individual needs of the persons served with limb loss so that they may achieve the highest possible level of independence. DHR Health Rehabilitation Hospital recognizes that each Amputee patient has their own unique set of capabilities.    The Rehab team will aid in developing these to the fullest by providing top quality medical rehabilitation care with dignity.

DHR Health Rehabilitation Hospital has a very strong Physical & Medicine Rehabilitation team that is led by Dr. Saroja Viswamitra. Her intense passion for patient care extends to both pediatric and adult rehabilitation services.

DHR Health has partnered with the Amputee Coalition to provide the first and only Amputee Support Group in the Rio Grande Valley. The Amputee support group is held at DHR Health Rehabilitation Hospital the first Wednesday of every month and is available to our patients and the community at large.

The amputation specialty program provides or arranges for peer support services that reflect the characteristics, preferences and needs of the persons served.

Duke University Hospital

Duke University Hospital is consistently rated as one of the best hospitals in the United States and is known around the world for its outstanding care and groundbreaking research. It has 957 inpatient beds and offers comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, including a regional emergency/trauma center; a major surgery suite containing 51 operating rooms; an endosurgery center; an Ambulatory Surgery Center with nine operating rooms and an extensive diagnostic and interventional radiology area. Duke University Hospital is sometimes referred to as Duke North.

Duke University Hospital is ranked nationally in 11 adult specialties by U.S. News and World Report for 2020-2021. Duke University Hospital is also ranked first in North Carolina and first in the Raleigh-Durham area.

Duke University Hospital is committed to delivering high-quality care and providing you with reliable, easy-to-understand information about how we compare to our peers. This information comes from independent, third party sources and will let you know how well our hospitals follow care guidelines that are proven to lead to better patient outcomes and how satisfied patients are with their Duke health care experience.

Duke University Hospital takes a multidisciplinary team approach to amputee care. Patient care teams include providers from many specialties. These include orthopedic, vascular and plastic surgery; podiatry; internal medicine; wound care; physical and occupational therapy and physical medicine and rehabilitation. We are pleased to partner with the Amputee Coalition to deliver comprehensive and compassionate care to patients with limb differences.

Our hospital offers osseointegration, targeted muscle reinnervation and regenerative peripheral nerve interface procedures. Patients benefit from our partnership with the Duke Rehabilitation Institute, a local acute rehabilitation center, as well as from our affiliation with the Amputee Coalition for peer visitation and support groups.

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Our Amputee Program offers comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation for patients who have experienced limb loss. Throughout recovery, our goal is to help patients maximize their functional independence, find emotional strength and confidence, and successfully transition back to home, work, and the community.

Our integrated approach focuses on the post-surgical, prosthetic, and reintegration phases to:

  • Address proper wound care and limb management
  • Increase strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance
  • Decrease pain and discomfort
  • Train individuals to use prostheses with confidence to avoid complications

Rehabilitation Hospital of Fredericksburg

https://encompasshealth.com/locations/fredericksburgrehab

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Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Fredericksburg is dedicated to getting patients of all injuries back on their feet and independent as possible. Our Amputee Program offers a comprehensive approach and treatment plan that is individualized for each patient. Our rehab team specializes in the treatment of individuals who have recently experienced limb loss, as well as those who are new prosthetic users. The mission is to promote optimal physiologic and psychosocial adjustment for patients following amputation. The Amputee Program provides eligible patients with the opportunity to explore necessary services, enabling them to achieve maximum independence and function within their home and community upon discharge.

Our philosophy is to teach disease management, improve physical capacity, and promote independence. Independence refers to the commonly held idea of self-performance of activities of daily living and all components of physical mobility.

Encompass Health is dedicated to providing individuals with state of the art care by a highly skilled interdisciplinary medical, nursing, therapy and case management team following amputation. This team of specialists coordinates care to meet individual needs and achieve common goals. Additionally, the patient, family, and caregiver(s) are considered an essential part of the rehabilitation team, and the program recognizes the unique and complex physical, psychological, and spiritual components of the family unit.

The Amputee Program at Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Fredericksburg includes amputee-specific medical and therapeutic interventions and educational opportunities with the goal of developing lifestyle change for the amputee survivor, maximizing physical and psychological health and preventing future amputations. Through consultation with our various healthcare professionals and coordination of available community resources, each patient will return to the least restrictive environment with an improved understanding of life following amputation.

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The Mission of the Amputee Program at Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Reading is to promote optimal physiologic and psychosocial adjustment for patients following amputation. The Amputee Program provides eligible patients with the opportunity to explore necessary services, enabling them to achieve maximum independence and function within their home and community upon discharge.

Our philosophy is to teach disease management, improve physical capacity, and promote independence. Independence refers to the commonly held idea of self-performance of activities of daily living and all components of physical mobility.

Encompass Health is dedicated to providing individuals with state of the art care by a highly skilled interdisciplinary medical, nursing, therapy and case management team following amputation. This team of specialists coordinates care to meet individual needs and achieve common goals. Additionally, the patient, family, and caregiver(s) are considered an essential part of the rehabilitation team, and the program recognizes the unique and complex physical, psychological, and spiritual components of the family unit.

The Amputee Program at Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Reading includes amputee-specific medical and therapeutic interventions and educational opportunities with the goal of developing lifestyle change for the amputee survivor, maximizing physical and psychological health and preventing future amputations. Through consultation with our various healthcare professionals and coordination of available community resources, each patient will return to the least restrictive environment with an improved understanding of life following amputation.

Valley of the Sun is a 75-bed rehabilitation hospital providing both inpatient and outpatient programs to meet the needs of our patients and community. Our inpatient department has programs that specialize in healing and recovery from an amputation with preparation and education for future prosthetics. Outpatient department offers comprehensive programming for prosthetic training for ambulation, strength building, and mobility. Valley of the Sun offers a monthly support group that provides group support and engaging community outings. We also host annual special events such as an Amputee Running Clinic, First Swing Golf Clinic, and Amputee Swim Clinic. Our expert staff have performed lectures in the clinical community to advance the foundation of our program.

George Washington University Hospital, Washington, D.C.

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George Washington University Hospital’s comprehensive amputee rehabilitation program provides patients with pre-prosthetic training, prosthetic training, and limb preservation after upper and/or lower extremity amputations. Our amputee program is interdisciplinary, including physical therapists occupational therapists prosthetists, orthotists, wound care providers, and doctors of physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Our team works with patients who have experienced limb loss due to trauma, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, infection, tumors, and conditions present at birth.

To contact the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, please call 202-715-5655.

Goals of the Amputee Program
The main goal of our program is to help every patient return to their highest level of function, including community re-integration and independence. We do this by helping patients:

  • Learn how to care for residual limb and use of prosthesis for everyday activities
  • Put on and take off their prosthesis, and manage all other components of prosthesis
  • Learn techniques to address phantom pain and sensations
  • Address limb optimization of non-residual limb
  • Create a patient-specific home exercise program
  • Strengthen balance and coordination for optimal functional mobility
  • Connect with a peer visitor who has experienced limb loss
  • Participate in our Amputee Support Group

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Golisano Restorative Neurology & Rehabilitation Center is a 25 bed CARF (Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited inpatient rehabilitation unit that was established in 1989 and provides a complete range of services to adults and children with neurological, orthopedic and complex medical conditions, including limb loss.

Our Team takes an interdisciplinary approach and includes skilled physicians, nurses, neurologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech language pathologists and dietitians to prepare patients for return home and achieve their highest functional level of independence to maximize their participation in community. Our team also works with local prosthetic providers to guide and prepare patients toward achieving the best possible outcomes. In 2020, we served 12 patients with amputations and our discharge to community was 91.7%, above the state and national average.

We are excited to partner with the Amputee Coalition to bring even more comprehensive care to our patients and their families dealing with limb loss and provide resources to peer visits and support groups.

Founded in 1908 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network is a nationally recognized physical rehabilitation provider that offers an innovative continuum of care for adults and children with often complex physical and cognitive needs.

Good Shepherd’s 2,100 Associates treat patients at more than 70 locations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Good Shepherd cares for adults and children with catastrophic injuries and conditions, such as amputation, spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, and other neuro-degenerative injuries / diseases.  Good Shepherd also provides outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation services, home health, long-term acute care and long-term care.

Good Shepherd is a not-for-profit health-care network with a strong commitment to building better communities through partnerships with its patients and their families. Good Shepherd is highly regarded for clinical excellence and its commitment to maximizing patients’ functional outcomes, delivering compassionate care and being a national leader in the use of innovative rehabilitation technologies. Good Shepherd clinicians are experts who specialize in various aspects of rehabilitation care.

Hackensack Meridian Subacute at Wall, Wall, NJ

Hackensack Meridian Subacute at Wall provides an integrated approach to amputee treatment, care and rehabilitation. Our program focuses on improving patient outcomes by providing a model of care that begins with coordination and planning prior to surgery, through healing and recovery. Our complete continuum of care includes prosthetic evaluation and fabrication, pre-prosthetic and prosthetic physical and occupational therapy, and inpatient prosthetic training.

Hendrick Center for Rehabilitation

Hendrick Center for Rehabilitation, a part of Hendrick Health System, offers a 31-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital and an outpatient rehabilitation center that has provided state-of-the-art care for patients in Abilene,TX and surrounding areas since 1993. Our facility utilizes a multi-disciplinary team approach, consisting of a medical director, rehab nurses, therapists (physical, occupational, respiratory and speech), social workers and clinical dieticians.

Hendrick Center for Rehabilitation offers a wide array of specializations, including limb loss. Hendrick Health System provides a continuum of care to patients with limb loss from the acute hospital setting to home health and/or outpatient therapy. Additionally, we partner with West Texas Rehabilitation Center for orthotic and prosthetic services.

Our team seeks to empower patients through skilled interventions, patient and caregiver education, as well as utilization of resources, such as the Amputee Coalition. We strive to fulfill Hendrick Health System’s mission “to deliver high quality healthcare emphasizing excellence and compassion consistent with the healing ministry of Jesus Christ,” through patient-centered care.

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Kessler Institute, a pioneer in the field of medical rehabilitation, offers a comprehensive program of care and treatment to help individuals with limb loss and their families move forward in life. We provide a unique continuum – from post-surgical treatment and residual limb management to the most advanced prosthetic design, fitting and training, as well as community integration and lifelong follow-up services – all tailored to your individual needs and goals. You will also benefit from extensive education and support, including psychology services, peer mentoring and patient and family support groups to help you adjust and deal with any issues such as phantom limb pain, to gain the strategies to best manage daily activities and to develop a strong support network. Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s top rehabilitation hospitals for 27 consecutive years, Kessler offers you the convenience of four hospital locations in Saddle Brook, West Orange, Chester and Marlton, NJ.

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Kessler Institute, a pioneer in the field of medical rehabilitation, offers a comprehensive program of care and treatment to help individuals with limb loss and their families move forward in life. We provide a unique continuum – from post-surgical treatment and residual limb management to the most advanced prosthetic design, fitting and training, as well as community integration and lifelong follow-up services – all tailored to your individual needs and goals. You will also benefit from extensive education and support, including psychology services, peer mentoring and patient and family support groups to help you adjust and deal with any issues such as phantom limb pain, to gain the strategies to best manage daily activities and to develop a strong support network. Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s top rehabilitation hospitals for 27 consecutive years, Kessler offers you the convenience of four hospital locations in Saddle Brook, West Orange, Chester and Marlton, NJ.

Kessler Institure for Rehabilitation logo

Kessler Institute, a pioneer in the field of medical rehabilitation, offers a comprehensive program of care and treatment to help individuals with limb loss and their families move forward in life. We provide a unique continuum – from post-surgical treatment and residual limb management to the most advanced prosthetic design, fitting and training, as well as community integration and lifelong follow-up services – all tailored to your individual needs and goals. You will also benefit from extensive education and support, including psychology services, peer mentoring and patient and family support groups to help you adjust and deal with any issues such as phantom limb pain, to gain the strategies to best manage daily activities and to develop a strong support network. Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s top rehabilitation hospitals for 27 consecutive years, Kessler offers you the convenience of four hospital locations in Saddle Brook, West Orange, Chester and Marlton, NJ.

Kessler Institure for Rehabilitation logo

Kessler Institute, a pioneer in the field of medical rehabilitation, offers a comprehensive program of care and treatment to help individuals with limb loss and their families move forward in life. We provide a unique continuum – from post-surgical treatment and residual limb management to the most advanced prosthetic design, fitting and training, as well as community integration and lifelong follow-up services – all tailored to your individual needs and goals. You will also benefit from extensive education and support, including psychology services, peer mentoring and patient and family support groups to help you adjust and deal with any issues such as phantom limb pain, to gain the strategies to best manage daily activities and to develop a strong support network. Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s top rehabilitation hospitals for 27 consecutive years, Kessler offers you the convenience of four hospital locations in Saddle Brook, West Orange, Chester and Marlton, NJ.

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Osseointegration at CU Orthopedics
We are one of the first dedicated and unique osseointegration programs in the country. Our unique program is dedicated to amputee patients who are experiencing difficulty with their prosthesis.

Madonna Rehab

Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals in Nebraska is one of the largest comprehensive rehabilitation hospitals in the nation. Madonna is a recognized leader in specialized rehabilitation programs and research to treat children and adults with physical disabilities, including brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, and amputation.  Madonna is the only rehabilitation hospital in the country that provides all levels of care in one facility, as well as a multitude of specialty programs and services, including an Adaptive Sports and Recreation program, driver’s training and a Work Re-entry program to help injured workers return to work quickly. Madonna’s Amputation Program is accredited by CARF, the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission, as part of our Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation and Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs. We also offer an independent, on-site orthotic and prosthetic company. Our expert rehabilitation, clinical research conducted in a state-of-the-art gait and mobility lab, and advanced technology give our patients the foundation to achieve their fullest potential; and our lifelong commitment to patient support and advocacy empowers our patients to move beyond what they thought was possible.

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Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, Wheaton, IL

Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, part of Northwestern Medicine, offers a holistic approach to caring for individuals with limb loss. When you receive care at Marianjoy, you are a patient of Northwestern Medicine, which gives you seamless access to a comprehensive team of specialists who deliver world-class care with compassion.

Our special services available include:

  • An on-site prosthetic and orthotic clinic, which allows you to schedule prosthetic and orthotics appointments in conjunction with physical therapy
  • Access to state-of-the-art equipment in the Tellabs Center for Neurorehabilitation and Neuroplasticity, including ZeroG dynamic body-weight support, virtual reality and other devices designed to improve outcomes, maximize recovery and increase overall functional ability
  • On-site Wheelchair Seating & Positioning Clinic
  • Pain Management training including mirror therapy training for phantom limb pain
  • Interdisciplinary Wound care
  • Inpatient Spiritual Care and Psychology services for coping and pain management
  • Vestibular evaluation and treatment
  • Pre- and post-prosthesis training
  • Multi-disciplinary approach for outpatient services

We offer home modification recommendations to help ensure your home is as safe as possible. You can also access return-to-home training at our Daily Living Center. To provide you with encouragement and support, we offer an Amputee Support Group and Volunteer Peer visits.

Mary Free Bed

For more than 125 years, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital has restored hope and freedom through rehabilitation for children and adults who have experienced a disabling illness or injury. Mary Free Bed is a 167-bed nonprofit hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with a continuum of care that extends across a network of more than 30 hospitals statewide. It’s one of the largest independent rehabilitation hospitals in the U.S.

Accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) for Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs and Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs, Mary Free Bed also is accredited for specialty programs in the areas of Amputation, Brain Injury, Cancer Rehabilitation, Pediatric Rehabilitation, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke.

Mary Free Bed’s Amputation Programs coordinate care with its network members to assist patients with limb loss at every stage of recovery, from pre-amputation consultations and post-operative care to acute rehabilitation, home-based services and long-term care by our on-site Orthotics & Prosthetics + Bionics department, which is accredited by the ABC (American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics).

Our extensive specialty outpatient services include an amputee clinic, day rehabilitation, driver’s rehabilitation and one of the largest adaptive sports programs in the country. We also offer a peer mentor program and an amputee support group for people in the community.

We have an exceptional rehabilitation team that specializes in restoring independence for patients with amputations or limb differences.

Mary Free Bed also provides diagnosis, treatment and ongoing care for infants, children and teens with congenital and acquired limb differences. When it was established in 1946, the MFB Center for Limb Differences was the nation’s first to focus exclusively on the unique needs of young patients, and that pioneering work continues today.

For more information visit maryfreebed.com.

The MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital’s Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program is committed to providing the physical and emotional support needed to help patients recovering from limb loss regain control of their lives. Our clinical staff works together as an interdisciplinary team to design a personalized rehabilitation program for each patient. The program includes a highly skilled group of professionals who plan each patient’s care under the direction of a rehabilitation physician (physiatrist) from MedStar National Rehabilitation Network. Therapies and activities are designed to improve each patient’s functional skills, help him/her to adjust to the loss of a limb, and if appropriate, prepare him or her for fitting with a prosthetic limb. Expert care, coordinated by a case manager to the patient and his or her family, understand the recovery process and consider the options as the patient progresses from inpatient care to home health care, outpatient rehabilitation, and/or community services. Throughout recovery, patients will be given the opportunity to meet or connect with others recovering or having recovered from amputation. We encourage patients to share experiences and strategies for adjustment and recovery. Our clinical staff works together as an interdisciplinary team to design a personalized rehabilitation program for each patient. Our rehabilitation program’s goal is to assist the patient attain their highest level of functioning and independence at this stage of their rehabilitation process.

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Momentum at South Bay is a subacute rehabilitation facility in East Islip, NY (Suffolk County). With a focus on rehabilitation we provide therapy to a wide variety of patients encompassing Cardiac Rehab, Respiratory therapy, Post- CVA, Post amputation and prosthetic training, Fractures/multiple trauma, Vestibular (Balance Therapy) program, Joint replacement, and post-COVID care. We provide therapy to our patients both individually and in group settings based on an individualized plan of care that we establish at initial evaluation with the interdisciplinary team, the patient, and their families. We offer and provide comprehensive medical services which include: Cardiology and vascular monitoring, Wound Care, Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation, Tracheostomy and Trilogy Care, Colostomy Care, Infectious Disease, IV therapies, PICC Lines, Central Lines and Medi ports, Diabetes Management, Dermatological services, Enteral Feedings, Dental Services, Opthalmology, Podiatry, Bariatric Care, Pain Management, Amputee Rehabilitation, and Urological Services. Specifically for our patient following amputation, in addition to our inpatient amputee program, we also have our Amputee Support Group which is not only open to our inpatients, but also to the community and their friends /families. We are proud to say that we are a Facility Partner with the Amputee Coalition of America, one of two in New York State and the only one with this designation on Long Island.

Montefiore Medical Center is a community-driven health care center with orthopaedic, vascular surgeries, neurology, pain medicine, and rehabilitation team (including prosthetic and orthotic clinics) to support patients and families who have been impacted by limb loss and limb difference.

150 East 210th Street Bronx, NY 10467

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At MossRehab, we recognize that you never stop wanting to improve your abilities.

Our specialists have helped more patients with amputation achieve better results than any other rehabilitation facility in the Delaware Valley and the Greater Philadelphia region. We treat patients at all points in their rehabilitation from pre-amputation counseling, pre-prosthetic rehabilitation, learning to use a prosthesis and lifetime follow up.

The change in our patients’ functional status as measured by the Functional Independence Measure exceeds those of the region and the nation.

Out clinicians are specialty trained in amputation rehabilitation and are widely called upon to teach at leading universities and conferences. Our multidisciplinary expertise coupled with some of the most innovative rehabilitation technology available. Empowers our team to make perceptive evaluation, develop targeted treatment plans and set ambitious goals for recovery. The team includes physiatrists – physicians who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation, rehabilitation nurses; physical, occupational and recreational therapists; case managers, psychologists; prosthetists and others as needed.

We are proud to be one of the only centers in the nation to be accredited for both our inpatient and outpatient amputation services by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. This means that our patients receive care based on best practices at every point along the journey of recovery.

Mount Carmel Rehabilitation Hospital, an affiliate of Encompass Health, offers a comprehensive, patient-centered program for patients following amputation. Our program may include initiating the pre-prosthetic rehabilitation process; full body, core and residual limb exercise programs; extensive patient education; and learning adaptive techniques for increased independence at home. Through our partnership with the Amputee Coalition, we assist patients as they seek an Amputee Coalition Certified Peer Visitor; offers Amputee Coalition’s comprehensive educational materials; and encourage participation in the extensive Amputee Coalition community.

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Our goal is to help every child move and feel their best — and lead an active, independent life. Our multidisciplinary clinic provides individualized care for children who could benefit from a prosthesis, whether they were born without a certain body part or lost it due to illness or injury. We have special expertise and experience working with children with a wide range of conditions like limb deformities. Our experts team up to recommend the best prosthetic devices for each child. The prosthetic prescription can be for the lower extremities (foot, above and below the knee) and/or upper extremities (fingers, hands, above and below the elbow). Because children who need a prosthetic device will often need coordinated care from other medical areas, you’ll have access to our entire team of Nemours experts and specialists, including: rehab psychologists, physical and occupational therapists, prosthetists, orthopedic surgeons, and physiatrists (rehabilitation medicine doctors). Appointments are held in the gait and motion analysis lab.

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The Institute for Advanced Rehabilitation is located within the region’s only Level One Trauma Center at Orlando Regional Medical Center.  Our patients benefit from Orlando Health’s critical care services and physicians who have knowledge of the patient from the onset of their injury or illness. This network of services includes specialized physicians, state-of-the-art equipment and diagnostic services, and treatment options not available at other centers.

Conveniently located on the top two floors of the Orlando Regional Medical Center North Bed Tower, the Institute for Advanced Rehabilitation  focuses on the rehabilitation of patients following a recent hospitalization or to prevent acute episodes of rehospitalization. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) has accredited our  Brain Injury Program, Spinal Cord Injury Program, Stroke Program. CARF recognizes our 4 specialty programs as meeting the highest standards in quality, safety and outcome measures, which provide risk-reduction and accountability in our patient care. The Amputee Specialty program will be included in our upcoming survey.

The inpatient rehabilitation team includes Physiatrists, Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurses, Nursing Assistants, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Recreational Therapists, Registered Dieticians, Respiratory Therapists, Neuropsychology, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Support Services team members, spiritual care services, Pet Therapy Pediatric Specialists from Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children (for our adolescent patients)

We are proud to offer some of the most advanced technology to assist our patients on their path to recovery, Aretech ZeroG: Treadmill Training, Bioness Vector, Armeo: robotics for arm training, Pressure Mapping Systems, Esko Bionics: Exoskeleton Technology, RT300 & Xcite electrical stimulation.

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Reading Hospital Rehabilitation at Wyomissing

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Amputee Program

The amputee rehabilitation program provides comprehensive rehabilitation to treat the loss of functional ability in patients who have lost a limb. Inpatient and outpatient treatment focuses on: Balance, Strength, Walking, Activities of daily living, Prosthetics and Emotional issues. Our Amputee Support Group meets monthly, and provides ongoing support and follow-up for patients, family and friends.

The Acute Rehabilitation Unit offers intense inpatient services for individuals who have experienced functional loss or disability as a result of an accident, illness or injuries. Designed with input from physicians, clinicians, nurses, therapists and patients, our hospital’s 61 private patient room en suites, amenities and culture provide the best patient experience in comfort and convenience.

The Rehabilitation Center at Reading Hospital is proud to have received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities for our Amputation Specialty Program. This accreditation means you and your family receive the most comprehensive care possible for post-amputation rehabilitation, from adjusting to daily activities to learning new skills with prosthetics. Your care is in the best hands with a team of compassionate professionals you can trust.

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The Rehabilitation Hospital of the Northwest is the only free standing Acute Rehabilitation Hospital in North Idaho. RHN is a 30 bed hospital, offering private rooms for all of its’ patients and specializes in care of individuals with amputation, stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and orthopedic trauma or repair. The rehabilitation team consists of a rehabilitation physician, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapy, rehabilitation nursing, case management, respiratory therapist, pharmacist and dietitians. RHN has maintained being ranked in the top ten of all rehabilitation hospitals in the US since in opened in 2013. Our primary goal is to return each our patients home to independent living after their stay at RHN.

Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan

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For more than 65 years, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) has been helping people rebuild their lives after a serious injury or illness. We do this by delivering comprehensive rehabilitation services based on cutting-edge treatment techniques, innovative research and excellent, personalized medical care.

RIM has received CARF accreditation for our specialized programs in: Amputee Specialty Program (Inpatient); Spinal Cord System of Care (Inpatient & Outpatient); Brain Injury Specialty Program (Inpatient & Outpatient); Stroke Specialty Program (Inpatient); and Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs. In addition, RIM is one of only three rehab hospitals in the country to be designated as a Magnet hospital for nursing excellence.

RIM’s comprehensive amputee program is fully equipped to help patients regain strength and learn the techniques they need to live actively and independently. RIM’s inpatient unit is staffed by a team of experts who have advanced training and experience in treating patients who have lost an upper or lower extremity as the result of disease, trauma or birth defect. Once a patient is discharged from our inpatient unit, care continues seamlessly as they transition to one of our many outpatient locations.

RIM’s Amputee Clinic is dedicated to treating people with amputations throughout their lifetime. Our comprehensive approach to care includes a team of specialists that work together to address the needs and maximize the goals of our patients. The clinic’s services include medical management, wound care, physical and occupational therapy, prosthetic fitting, and referrals to other specialized services as needed.

Patients have access to custom-made prosthetics, including electronic upper limbs, life-like cosmetically appealing prostheses and specialized limbs designed for specific sports or activities.

In addition to RIM’s 69-bed inpatient facility, the Institute also operate more than 30 outpatient sites located throughout southeast Michigan. Backed by experience, clinical expertise and a reputation for excellence, patients at RIM are given every opportunity to meet and exceed their goals.

Rocky Mountain Pediatric OrthoONE, Denver, CO

Our pediatric orthopedic department at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children provides diagnostic and treatment options to families and children who face the challenges of amputation. We treat children with congenital, traumatic and syndromic needs. Our physicians include specialists in both the upper and lower extremities as well as spine. Through our physician led teams, we have a passion to help take fear and transform it into possibilities. We work closely with our prosthetists and therapists to bring the best quality of life to our little patients. We partner closely with our orthopedic oncology team for children facing limb loss due to tumors. We are committed to our goal of helping children to “Get Up and Go!” despite these obstacles.

Sheltering Arms Institute

Sheltering Arms and VCU Health have taken the best of themselves to create something new, Sheltering Arms Institute. This state-of-the-science physical rehabilitation hospital is unlike any other in the world and combines the best technology, research and clinical care for the most advanced rehabilitation and healing environment to help patients get better, faster.

The team at Sheltering Arms Institute is ready to help you or your loved one with all of your amputation care and recovery needs from preparing for surgery to recovering and returning to your favorite activities following an amputation.

At Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute, we provide specialized inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative services to our patients, serving Spartanburg and Greenville Counties and surrounding areas in South and North Carolina. We see patients who often are recovering from disabilities caused by injuries, illnesses, or chronic medical conditions.

Patients are our priority. We are passionate about patient care and consider it a privilege to be able to provide services to patients and their family members throughout Spartanburg and Greenville, S.C.

For six years in a row, our patient care efforts at Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute have earned us national recognition as a healthcare leader, meaning that we provide the highest level of available care nationwide to our patients in our own community. We consider it privilege to be able to offer high-level care and are honored to be a vital part of the communities we serve.

Our nationally recognized programs include:

  • Amputee Rehabilitation Certification

Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute is recognized nationally for developing better results for amputee patients. The hospital earned The Joint Commission’s disease-specific certification for Amputee Rehabilitation after a rigorous on-site review of the hospital’s compliance with national standards, clinical guidelines, and outcomes of care. Certification through The Joint Commission’s Disease-Specific Care Program is voluntary.

Ranked in the Top 10% Nationally for Rehabilitative Care – It Matters!

Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute ranked in the top 10% nationally for rehabilitative care, 6 years in a row.

The ranking is by the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR), a not-for-profit corporation that was developed with support from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation research, a component of the U.S. Department of Education.

The UDSMR ranks rehabilitation facilities based upon care that is:

  • Patient-centered
  • Effective
  • Efficient
  • Timely

This means that through services at Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute, our patients are receiving the highest level of rehabilitative care available – without having to leave the area.

St. David’s Rehabilitation Hospital, Austin, TX

St. David’s Rehabilitation Hospital is a 64-bed comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation facility located in Austin, Texas. Our medical director is the only board-certified amputee medicine physician in Central Texas. The physical and occupational therapists at St. David’s Rehabilitation Hospital are specialized in the evaluation and treatment of individuals immediately post amputation and prosthetic training. Our goal is to help you regain independence and function as much as possible after amputation.

Our amputation rehabilitation program is a 2-phase program. This allows us to follow you from initial amputation through the healing process and prosthetic training.

Phase 1 — Post-operative care/Pre-prosthetic training

This first phase focuses on helping you adapt to initial changes through wound care, mobility training, and psychology services. We also provide comprehensive nursing care to help you through the healing process. During this phase, you can expect:

  • Adaptive/medical equipment recommendations
  • Collaboration with prosthetist
  • Peer visitor program
  • Diabetes education if applicable
  • Home accessibility evaluation
  • Limb protection device evaluation and fitting
  • Limb shaping evaluation and fitting
  • Mobility training and energy conservation techniques
  • Patient/family education and training
  • Post-operative wound care
  • Skin care to prevent future complications
  • Discharge planning services
  • Referrals to our outpatient adaptive driving program if applicable

Phase 2 — Prosthetic training

The second phase focuses on your continued recovery and mobility training to incorporate using your prosthesis during everyday activities. In addition to the services in phase one, in phase two you can also expect:

  • Walking and balance training with prosthesis
  • Training for getting prosthesis on (donning) and off (doffing)
  • Skin integrity monitoring and prosthetic wearing schedules
  • Prosthetic fitting and adjustments
  • Education on care and management of prosthetic equipment
  • Community reintegration, such as using prosthesis to navigate ramps, curbs, grass, etc.
  • Guidance on return to work and hobbies with prosthetic use

From inpatient rehab, you can transition to St. David’s Outpatient Therapy department, in order to continue your path to recovery. Our outpatient therapy staff specializes in prosthetic training in both the upper extremity and lower extremity. The inpatient and outpatient teams work together closely to help make your transition home after phase two as seamless as possible. The outpatient phase of prosthetic training focuses on:

  • Continued practice and fine-tuning for walking with prosthesis
  • Progression to less supportive assistive devices when appropriate
  • Return to higher level activities when appropriate
  • Myoelectric upper extremity prostheses
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For over 40 years, physical rehabilitation has been our specialty. As a 166-bed, fully accredited, private, not-for-profit, physical rehabilitation hospital, we offer a wide range of rehabilitation services and programs on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. Therapies include physical and occupational therapy, speech therapy, therapeutic recreation, and social and psychological services. We also offer Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Dysphagia Therapy, Driver and Vestibular Rehabilitation, Wheelchair Seating Clinic and Prosthetics and Orthotics. The center has a state-of-the-art Outpatient Health Center, which includes private examination and treatment rooms, lounge and splinting area, a spacious gym and on-site apartment for Activities of Daily Living. Patients and their families benefit from a team approach to rehabilitation which helps the patient attain positive outcomes and maximizes his or her independence.

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The Amputee/Limb Loss Restoration Program of the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network has been providing services to people with limb loss for more than 20 years.  The Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network is comprised of two acute inpatient rehabilitation units at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and multidisciplinary outpatient treatment facilities in Central Maryland.

In the inpatient rehabilitation units, we partner with patients who have lost a limb to ensure that they are able to manage daily activities and mobility.  In the outpatient setting, amputee rehabilitation physicians (physiatrists) partner with patients and a team that includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, and prosthetists to develop a treatment plan that fits the patient’s individual needs, goals, and lifestyle.  Rehabilitation psychologist also collaborate with patients for a whole-person approach in the management of limb loss.  Surgical partners in Orthopaedics, Vascular Surgery, and Plastic Surgery allow us to provide patients innovative treatment alternatives to manage pain or improve prosthesis fit.  Team members are also involved in research to help people with limb loss have access to the latest advances in care.  Our goal is to help our patients reach their full potential by offering the most appropriate medical, rehabilitative, and prosthetic treatment options available.  Our rehabilitation program offers comprehensive services for people with limb loss to include:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Amputee Rehabilitation Physicians (Physiatrists)
  • Surgical consultation for amputation revision, Targeted muscle reinnervation (TMR) or osseointegration as appropriate.
  • Partnership with local certified prosthetists for custom-fitting and adjustment of prostheses on-site
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The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Amputee Rehabilitation program meets the physical and emotional needs of patients and their families facing limb loss due to accident, illness or birth defect. Our program is designed to bring clients, their families and their prosthetist together with our trained professionals to provide maximum functional ability.

Care considerations involve the amputation and the prevention of complications and future amputations. Care and follow-up for these individuals requires a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach. Each person is evaluated by our team of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and social work experts.

Patients achieve the highest function possible through education and care including:

  • Achieving comfort and independence with an amputation for those without a prosthesis
  • Care for your amputation, including wound care, phantom pain/phantom sensation, residual limb management and desensitization
  • Assistance with choosing the appropriate prosthesis for best fit and function
  • Prevention of complications
  • Return to daily activities (walking and climbing stairs) and work/community integration
  • Return to driving, if applicable

The Occupational Therapy Driver Rehabilitation Program at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center helps restore mobility to those affected by neurological, orthopedic or developmental conditions, or to those who have experienced age-related changes in function. Our goal is to help you return to safe, independent driving. Instruction on how to safely operate a vehicle using vehicle adaptions, compensatory techniques and/or safety procedure training. Vehicle adaptions may include:

  • Spinner knob
  • Hand controls
  • Left foot accelerator
  • Turn signal crossover

To be referred to our program please obtain a referral from your physician for “Amputee Rehab” including your diagnosis. The referral can be faxed to 614-293-5220. To make an appointment or learn more about our Amputee Rehabilitation Program, please call 614-293-4523.

Please follow these steps in order to participate in the Occupation Therapy Driver Rehabilitation Program:

  • Obtain a physician’s referral stating “OT driver rehabilitation program” and include all pertinent diagnosis and contact information to be faxed to 614-293-9002 or sent via electronic medical records. We will contact you to schedule the appointment upon receiving the referral.
  • A valid driver’s license or permit is required for any on-road portion of the program.
  • Call 614-685-5600 if you have any questions about the process.
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At The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis, an affiliation of BJC Healthcare and Encompass Health, both St. Peters and Central West end locations have achieved national gold standard certifications from The Joint Commission as well as The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. The Central West End location also has additional achievements from The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Care Certification in stroke, brain injury, wound care, spinal cord injury and amputee rehabilitation.

Through the vast experience of our interdisciplinary team and knowledge with the latest technologies and treatments for amputee patients, The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis has what it takes to help our patients progress toward independence. The interdisciplinary team includes: physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, prosthetists, nursing staff, counseling services, recreational therapy and nutrition services. With compassion as our driving force, our talented teams work with patients and their loved ones to develop coping skills and to help them to adjust to life after amputation. Whether shaping a residual limb for a prosthesis, learning about skin care or training on prosthetic gait and limb maintenance, we work to answer our patients’ questions, increase their independence in daily living skills and focus on mobility with and without a prosthesis. We change lives for the better by focusing on the unique aspects of amputee care.

Website: http://www.rehabinstitutestl.com (Central West End location)
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At The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis, an affiliation of BJC Healthcare and Encompass Health, both St. Peters and Central West end locations have achieved national gold standard certifications from The Joint Commission as well as The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

Through the vast experience of our interdisciplinary team and knowledge with the latest technologies and treatments for amputee patients, The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis has what it takes to help our patients progress toward independence. The interdisciplinary team includes: physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, prosthetists, nursing staff, counseling services, recreational therapy and nutrition services. With compassion as our driving force, our talented teams work with patients and their loved ones to develop coping skills and to help them to adjust to life after amputation. Whether shaping a residual limb for a prosthesis, learning about skin care or training on prosthetic gait and limb maintenance, we work to answer our patients’ questions, increase their independence in daily living skills and focus on mobility with and without a prosthesis. We change lives for the better by focusing on the unique aspects of amputee care.

Website: https://encompasshealth.com/locations/rehabinstitutestl-stpeters (St. Peters location)
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Unitypoint.org/Dubuque

UnityPoint Health – Dubuque strives to provide the best outcome for every patient, every time. Our services reach patients in the Tri-State area of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin through Finley Hospital, UnityPoint Clinics and UnityPoint at Home. Our amputee services include extensive inpatient and outpatient physical therapy, along with offering a monthly Amputee Support Group. In addition, we work in partnership with the Amputee Coalition and our volunteer program to offer the Certified Peer Visitor Program to help patients adjust to their new lifestyle after being hospitalized for an amputation.

UT Southwestern Inpatient Rehabilitation in Dallas, TX

UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Zale-Lipshy Pavilion Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit is one of the premier rehab facilities in the nation. UT Southwestern has had six Nobel Prize winners, and is renowned for it’s medical school and physician staff. The inpatient rehabilitation unit’s Medical Director is Kathleen Bell, M.D., Professor/Chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Kimberly Clark Distinguished Chair in Mobility Research. The inpatient rehabilitation unit is CARF Accredited.

UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), provides a comprehensive program for patients and their families who are facing limb loss.

Each patient is evaluated by a multidisciplinary team focused on supporting our patients as they recover a sense of well-being, improve functioning, and enjoy more independence.

Our team

  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physicians and residents
  • Physical therapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Speech/language pathologists
  • Rehabilitation psychologists (as needed)
  • Social workers experts

Care and Rehabilitation
Our therapists have expertise in all facets of care for amputees. We provide education on how to care for an amputation, including wound care, phantom pain or sensation, residual limb management, and desensitization.

Our physical therapists have specialized training for upper- and lower-limb amputations, as well as multiple amputations. Amputees who have been a part of our program have achieved goals such as driving or participating in sports.

If the amputation is related to a vascular condition, our therapists have the expertise to design a program that effectively addresses requirements following vascular surgery or other treatments.

Prosthetics
We offer state-of-the-art prostheses that are expertly designed and fitted to meet each patient’s individual needs. Our specialists will thoroughly discuss all options and prosthetic devices available. Advancements in the development of prostheses, such as the use of ultralight materials, have enabled amputees to lead remarkably versatile lives.

To be referred to our program please obtain a referral from your physician for “Amputee Rehab”, including your diagnosis. The referral can be faxed to 214-645-4893.

To make an appointment or learn more about our Inpatient Rehabilitation Program, please call:

Timothy Gorden, CRRN, RN 214-645-4833

UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital is a free-standing, 50-bed acute inpatient rehabilitation facility located on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin. Our rehabilitation hospital opened in September 2015 and offers specialized programs for people who have experienced stroke, brain and spinal-cord injuries, amputations, complex orthopedic injuries and other conditions requiring inpatient rehabilitative services. Our goal is to help patients achieve their highest level of recovery with a goal of returning home as soon as able.

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WakeMed Rehabilitation Hospital

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At WakeMed, we understand the physical, social and emotional challenges that patients face when they’ve experienced an amputation. That is why compassion, support and individual care planning are key components of the WakeMed Amputee Program. Our amputee program is CARF accredited. Our program offers patients that have experienced limb loss comprehensive rehabilitation services and medical management within a dedicated inpatient rehab unit.

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The mission of the Lower Extremity Amputation Program (LEAP) at Weslaco Regional Rehabilitation Hospital (WRRH) is to provide quality comprehensive rehabilitative care that is unique to each lower extremity amputation program participant as a means to maximize their functional independence and improving overall health.

Yale New Haven Health

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Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) is a 1,541-bed teaching hospital, located in New Haven, Connecticut, that ranks among the premier medical centers in the nation. YNHH is regularly included among the Best Hospitals in the U.S. in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings of specialty services. With two main campuses, Yale New Haven is the largest acute care provider in southern Connecticut and one of the Northeast’s major referral centers.

YNHH, affiliated with Yale Schools of Medicine and Nursing, includes Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital and Smilow Cancer Hospital.

Yale New Haven provides advanced treatment in a variety of areas, including surgery, cardiology, cancer, pediatrics, geriatrics, women’s services, neurology and more. YNHH is affiliated with Yale Cancer Center, one of the National Cancer Institute’s 41 comprehensive cancer centers in the country.

YNHH is the flagship member of the Yale New Haven Health System, Connecticut’s leading healthcare system, which also includes Bridgeport Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, Westerly (RI) Hospital, Northeast Medical Group and the Visiting Nurse Association of Southeastern Connecticut, and their affiliated organizations.