Polinsky Rehabilitation Center—Outpatient Physical Rehabilitation

Imagine facing an injury, illness or birth condition that requires more help than you think anyone could offer. Children with cerebral palsy, concussions, language delays and autism spectrum disorders. Adults with brain injuries, stroke and vertigo. For these and other complex health care issues, there’s one source of care in our region that brings together the compassionate expertise needed to make the smallest steps and biggest miracles come true—whether that takes days, months or years.

A place of dedication, skill and compassion

Polinsky Rehabilitation Center 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. 

Supporting Polinsky Medical Rehabilitation Center

When the right environment and the right care is matched with encouragement, guidance and the passion of specially trained staff, patients’ lives are renewed. A gift to Miller-Dwan Foundation designated to Polinsky Medical Rehabilitation Center supports:

A state-of-the-art rehabilitation center located in the Miller Hill Health Plaza that serves our region and is able to accommodate more people in better ways.

An environment where families feel safer to learn and heal.

Treatments best suited for patient success—for school, work, home and everywhere in between.

Technologies that nurture the ability to stand, walk, swallow, talk, hear and feel more fully able.

Physical Rehabilitation–Outpatient, FAQs

Specialized outpatient rehabilitation services provide treatment, education and support to adults and children needing physical, occupational, rehabilitation, psychology and speech-language therapy. People who need therapy can include:

  • Children with a range of conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, brain injuries or developmental delays.
  • Adults who have conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, brain injuries and strokes.
  • People who need cancer rehabilitation, dizziness and balance care and a wide range of rehabilitative services for a variety of conditions.

(Source: essentiahealth.org)

Outpatient rehabilitation increases an individual’s strength and abilities to perform daily activities and tasks, allowing for a greater sense of independence and an improved quality of life. 

(Source: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)

Every patient and condition is different. The amount and duration of rehabilitative services is dependent on diagnosis, functional progress, and need for skilled treatment.

(Source: essentiahealth.org)

Physical Rehabilitation–Outpatient Resources

Uplifting Us All: Polinsky Rehabilitation Center

A robotic body-weight support system, ZeroG’s centerpiece is a harness hanging from an overhead track, that will allow patients to practice a wide range of life-changing physical rehabilitation therapies without the risk of falling.

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