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Miller-Dwan inpatient physical rehabilitation is a place where hundreds of children and adults who have sustained a traumatic illness or injury are cared for each year. It is a place where people with diminished or complete loss of function learn to walk or use their arms again, to communicate visually or verbally, to swallow—to take on and conquer challenges that many people without disabilities take for granted.
Miller-Dwan Inpatient setting is known for its highly effective treatments and dedicated staff. It is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and ranked among the best in the United States for care.
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Intensive inpatient rehabilitation takes place in the hospital. People who need therapy can include those who have suffered:
Inpatient rehabilitation allows for early interventions that can result in better outcomes. It can help manage pain, increase independence and improve quality of life.
Every patient is different. Length of stay is dependent on diagnosis, functional progress, and need for skilled treatment. The average length of stay is anywhere from 17 to 19 days.