Neurological injuries affect thousands of people each year. Whether the injury is from a recent stroke, trauma to the spinal cord or a progressive disorder such as multiple sclerosis, neurological impairments can significantly decrease independence in daily activities and limit mobility.
With the appropriate rehabilitation program, physical, functional, cognitive and swallowing ability can be improved leading to a path to recovery. A multi-disciplinary team of physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists provide rehabilitation services to improve independence and safely assist individuals in leading an active life.
MemorialCare is proud to offer a continuum of rehabilitation services utilizing the latest in rehabilitation equipment. Whether it's physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy our goal is to maximize patients' independence and quality of life.
The Neuroscience Institute’s highly qualified, interdisciplinary team of renowned physician specialists, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, other clinicians and support staff are involved in specialized centers, each with their own expertise.
MemorialCare is committed to improving stroke care for the community we serve by taking part the American Heart Association’s Get with the Guidelines Stroke program. We proudly support two stroke-neurology receiving centers for Long Beach and Orange County.
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