Stroke Rehabilitation

People who have experienced strokes or other neurological disorders, such as Parkinson's disease, are likely to have residual medical issues, such as:

  • Balance, coordination and mobility
  • Communication and language skills
  • Daily activities and self-care
  • Memory, thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Motor control, range of motion, strength and endurance
  • Safety
  • Self-feeding and swallowing
  • Vocational and leisure capabilities

Rehabilitation is a process of learning, relearning and practicing skills after illness or injury, so patients can return to productive living in their homes and communities and become as self-sufficient as possible. Our highly qualified staff members incorporate individualized programs of:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Social retraining and
  • Cognitive retraining
  • Group treatment
  • Education 

The goal of stroke rehabilitation is to help these individuals reach their highest level of independent function and return to productive living in their homes and communities. This is accomplished through individualized programs of physical and occupational therapy, speech therapy, social and cognitive retraining, group treatment and education to address any problems with:

  • Activities of daily living and self-care
  • Balance, coordination and mobility
  • Motor control, range of motion, strength, and endurance
  • Self-feeding and swallowing
  • Communication skills
  • Memory and thinking skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Vocational and leisure capabilities
  • Safety skills

For more information on the treatment of strokes or to make an appointment, please call 314.747.9355 or toll-free 877.747.9355 or email us.