Reeves Rehabilitation Center is home to a multidisciplinary team of rehabilitation specialists focused on your successful recovery after stroke. Our comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services combine advanced technology, expertise and compassion to help you regain as much strength and function as possible after stroke.
Stroke affects everyone differently. Depending on where it occurred in the brain and its intensity, stroke can impact your ability to communicate, move and think. Your rehabilitation plan is based on how stroke affected you and the therapies you need to improve your abilities and help you return to the most independent life possible.
Inpatient Stroke Rehab That Gets You Home
Reeves’ comprehensive rehabilitation services mean you can begin working toward your recovery while you’re still in the hospital. Your rehabilitation team works alongside your care team, with a focus on therapies that will build the strength and function you need to go home. Our focus works — our discharge-to-home rate is 87 percent above the national average for inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
Outpatient Stroke Rehab for Fullest Recovery Possible
Neuromuscular rehabilitation at one of our Reeves Rehabilitation Center outpatient centers helps you expand your abilities as fully as possible. Your multidisciplinary rehabilitation team develops a personalized treatment plan based on how your stroke affected you physically and emotionally. Rehabilitation focuses on your goals for recovery and the best ways to reach them.
You can count on one-on-one attention from San Antonio’s most experienced specialists in stroke rehabilitation. They combine their expertise and compassion with some of the most advanced technology to help you reach your highest potential:
- EKSO exoskeleton — state-of-the-art bionic suit that helps people stand and walk
- Bioness foot drop system — muscle simulator that helps improve walking and balance
- Antigravity treadmill
- Partial body weight support system
- Therasuit Method® — device used to improve range of motion, posture, balance, flexibility and function