Post-stroke treatment at Rochester Regional Health focuses on recovery, rehabilitation, adaptation to persistent neurologic deficits, and preventing recurrent strokes.
Our inpatient and outpatient stroke rehabilitation facilities rebuild their lives, restoring function and independence as much as possible.
A rehabilitation-needs-assessment will determine the types of rehab services a stroke patient may need. These may include speech, physical and occupational therapy, among other forms of rehabilitation.
Our Stroke Wellness Program extends the continuum of care for stroke survivors allowing them to stay active and improve their health after their formal rehabilitation has ended. Stroke patients receive customized exercise programs and holistic wellness education to support the goal of restoring strength, endurance, and agility after a stroke and reduce the risk for recurrent stroke.
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Rochester Regional Health offers a Stroke Education Group to provide support and education for stroke survivors and caregivers in a positive and accepting environment. Members have an opportunity to share their experiences, and learn about prevention for a recurrent stroke.