Rehabilitation is not a one-size fits all endeavor. The knowledge required to rehabilitate a person who suffered a stroke is completely different than that required for someone who has lost a limb. That’s why we concentrate on treating each situation and person on a uniquely, individual basis.
CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute inpatient unit offers spacious barrier-free private rooms, a therapy gym, accommodations for families and large gathering areas where patients, family members and friends can find mutual support and encouragement from one another. Innovative technology used to customize treatment for patients, including the use of iPads as a part of therapy, is apparent throughout the unit.
Recovering from a stroke is a process that requires a lot of support. That’s why our team will be along side you and your family every step of the way. Our acute care, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient programs utilize the most sophisticated technology and therapies.
From advanced electrical stimulation, sophisticated swallowing and gait therapies to our world class Aquatic Center with split-moveable floors, our facility is designed with specific emphasis on what people recovering from a stroke require. We offer home assessments, peer visitation programs, community outings and structured education programs. We stay with you throughout the entire process and provide you with lifelong care by offering wellness programs, follow-up physician care, and support groups. It’s everything you could want or need to help make the transition back home easier.
Amputation & Major Trauma
Losing a limb or recovering from a major trauma involves rediscovering your independence and recovering your confidence. We’re here to make sure you gain the knowledge, physical strength and emotional support you need to do just that. Our full continuum of care is built to meet your every need. We coordinate services such as orthotic and prosthetic fittings, and utilize our barrier-free Kinesis System that helps improve balance, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance.
All patients have access to our team of experts, comprehensive education and a peer visitor program to help you connect with others who know first-hand what you’re going through.
Spinal Cord Injury
When you hear the words “spinal cord injury,” thinking of the recovery process can be understandably overwhelming. With the possibility of paralysis and other serious limitations, we recognize the severity of the situation and make sure to provide you with the highest level of care and attention. We have the most advanced healing methods and promote recovery and lifelong wellness.
Our resources include a state of the art therapy gym, world-class Aquatic Center, electrical stimulation treatments, as well as seating and positioning experts and an Assistive Technology Team. We offer everything you need from inpatient and outpatient care, to home, wellness and lifelong follow-up care.
Many of our team members have voluntarily obtained certification as brain injury specialists so they are specially trained to help you through every challenge. You’ll also benefit from complete assessment and treatment for balance and vestibular disorders and vision impairments. In case you need advanced services, we have an Assistive Technology Team and comprehensive Neuropsychology program ready and able to help you through the recovery process. CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute provides unbeatable technology and support, making sure you get the best possible outcome.
Rehabilitation is an option and where you choose to go matters.CHI Health Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute produces a yearly report regarding our clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction ratings, program highlights, and services and technologies that are available, and more.
View the Clinical Outcomes Report Card
Statistics that are tracked
- Average Number of Days From Injury/Onset to Rehabilitation Unit Admission
- Average Length of Stay
- Percentage Returning to Home or Community Setting
- Percentage Needing Re-hospitalization
- Functional Improvement Change From Admit to Discharge
- Number of Cases Who Achieved All Predicted Functional Outcomes