Inpatient Rehabilitation Care for orthopedic, stroke and traumatic injury patients Is closer to home in Eastern Jackson County.

Combining the latest technologies with a unique, transdisciplinary team approach, we involve the patient and family, the referring physician, the physiatrist and the complete team of rehabilitation professionals in each step of the recovery process. Focused on helping our patients do the things they want to do, we address each individual's traits, passions and values to restore him or her to the most full, independent lifestyle possible.

The inpatient program offers:

  • an intensive therapy program that is available five to six days a week, three hours per day, scheduled in 30 to 60 minute sessions.
  • 24-hour rehabilitation nursing supervision with physician oversight.
  • A continuum of inpatient and outpatient programs as you progress through your recovery journey.

Experienced staff and state-of-the art equipment allow our program to be progressive and innovative. Spacious treatment areas, private rooms with en suite bathrooms and a lounge for family gatherings all contribute to a comfortable rehabilitation experience.

Your Program Makes A Difference

Inpatient rehabilitation care is also known as hospital-level, or acute, rehabilitation care. This sophisticated level of care is not available in other settings, such as nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living centers or extended care centers. Exercise and treatment are important, but the process of relearning work skills, cooking, driving and writing means the patient will have what it takes to get back to his or her life again. It's that environment of "hope" where ordinary desires become extraordinary realizations.

Acute Inpatient Rehab vs. Skilled Nursing Facility

  Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Skilled Nursing Facility
Emergency Care In-house emergency care Must call 9-1-1 for transport to ER
Physician Visits 24 hour coverage - daily rounds with consulting physicians Maximum 1-2 days a week with consulting physicians
Nurse - Patient Ration One nurse for 4-5 patients One nurse for 15-20 patients
Therapy Minimum of 3 hours of combined therapy a day or 15 hours of therapy over 7 day period Less than three hours a day, frequently 1-2 hours a day
Team Patient Care Interdisciplinary team approach directed by board-certified physician Not publicly reported
Average Length of Stay Average 12-14 days Usually 21-31 days
  Goal focused plan of care to enhance discharge back to the local community Not publicly reported

We have the latest technology:

Allows individuals to comfortably walk in a secure environment free of falls.

Neuro-orthotic and rehabilitation system that provides electrical currents to stimulate nerves and muscles to increase hand function, prevent muscle loss, re-educate muscles, increase blood circulation, reduce muscle spasms, and increase or maintain hand range of motion.

Neuro-orthotic and rehabilitation system that provides electrical currents to stimulate nerves and muscles to assist with a more natural walking pattern, reduce muscle spasms, reduce muscle loss, maintain or improve range of motion, and increase local blood circulation; used to improve independence, functional mobility, and safety in the treatment of foot drop.

Patients work on their balance and strength through the various Wii games that help develop a person's sense of balance, and build muscle strength and stamina. The Wii also provides feedback and tracks the patient's progress.

These recumbent cross strainers help patients get a total-body exercise that has low impact on their joints.

Used to assess the motor and sensory aspects of the swallow to precisely guide the dietary and behavioral management of patients with swallowing problems to decrease the risk of aspiration pneumonia. It also allows evaluation of extra-esophageal manifestations of gastro-esophageal reflux (Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR)) including asthma, hoarseness, laryngitis, globus and aspiration.

Allows individuals suffering from neurological impairments such as stroke the ability to incorporate their hand functionally in therapy and at home by supporting the weakened wrist, hand, and fingers. The SaeboFlex is a custom fabricated orthosis that is non-electrically based and is purely mechanical.

This system is a safe, non-invasive, external, electrical stimulation therapy used to help treat patients with difficulty swallowing or dysphagia. VitalStim unites the power of electrical stimulation with the benefits of swallowing exercises to accelerate muscle strengthening, restore swallowing function, and help the brain remap the swallow. Research has demonstrated that combining these therapies results in better outcomes than using either one alone.

Our Clinical Rehabilitation Specialist (CRS) coordinates each individual admission. Pre authorization is required by most insurance plans. We accept almost all major health insurance plans in the Kansas City area.

(816) 506-8573