After a hospital stay, your physician or case manager may recommend you transition to another care setting as part of your recovery. These settings—known as post-acute care—can look very different. Should you need additional care, your care team could refer you based on your abilities and goals, but as a patient, you have a choice in which provider you or your loved one go to. It's your right as a patient to choose the provider that best fits your unique abilities and goals for getting better.
At Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Treasure Coast, our expert care teams are committed to helping you regain independence after a life-altering illness or injury. Using the latest innovations and technology, our teams work seamlessly together to personalize a plan designed to get you back to what matters most.
While in our care, you will receive three hours of therapy a day, five days week. You will also have frequent visits from a rehabilitation physician and other physicians, depending on your needs.
Nursing care is provided 24/7, and a multi-disciplinary team that includes rehabilitation physicians, nurses, therapists, dietitians, pharmacists and case managers will design a unique care plan to fit your goals.
Conditions commonly treated at rehabilitation hospitals include stroke, brain or spinal cord injuries, neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis, amputation and hip fractures.
Read more about our programs and the conditions we specialize in treating.
Each patient’s recovery is different. At Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Treasure Coast, our expert clinicians combine the latest technologies, real-world simulations and advanced therapies into a treatment plan that helps you achieve what’s important to you. Our specialties include but are not limited to:
Our experienced neurorehabilitation team uses innovative technology combined with proven therapy techniques to help patients with brain injuries Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), Guillain-Barré syndrome, Lou Gehrig’s disease and other conditions that affect the brain and nervous system. Treatments can help with mobility, speech, swallowing, spasticity and cognitive function.
Advanced therapy is crucial to the recovery process after trauma injuries, hip fracture, joint replacement, amputation and other orthopedic injuries. Our clinicians develop care plans that improve mobility and overall function, reduce the risk of falls, educate on wound care and prosthesis and reduce pain so you can live your life to the fullest.
As leaders in stroke rehabilitation, we help patients adjust to and treat the mental and physical effects of stroke, with the goal of regaining their greatest level of independence. Our experts help identify your needs and improve complications commonly associated with stroke such as slurred speech, one-sided weakness, neuropathy, spasticity and loss of cognitive function.
Rehabilitation for spinal cord injury is complex and multifaceted. Our approach is powered by a team of highly skilled clinicians using adaptive techniques and therapies to meet the physical, cognitive and emotional needs of patients. In our specialized program, patients work toward a great level of function that may also include respiratory therapy and a bowel and bladder management program.