At the Sinai Rehabilitation Center, we are focused on the following goals: to restore maximum physical and functional potential, to address the psychological affects of the disability, and to minimize the time it takes to return to daily activity. The center treats patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. Sinai's expertise has long been recognized. The Sinai Rehabilitation Center (SRC) was the first rehabilitation facility in Maryland to become part of an acute care hospital.
The inpatient rehabilitation units are accredited by The Joint Commission
and the Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
In order to best accomplish our rehabilitation goals at Sinai, we offer our patients the full continuum of care in one establishment. From day one in the general hospital (acute care), the patient may experience a broad range of therapy services. Continued inpatient therapy needs may be addressed with a referral to The Rehabilitation Hospital at Sinai, which includes our Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit and our Traumatic Brain Injury/Neurological Unit.
When rehabilitation is required after discharge, outpatient therapy needs can be well addressed with Sinai's many specialized programs.
The new Louis and Phyllis Friedman Neurological Rehabilitation Center
was unveiled in October 2012.
Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation
Traumatic Brain Injury/Neurological Inpatient Rehabilitation
Mild Brain Injury
RETURN! Brain Injury Community Re-Entry Program
Pain Management Services
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician Practice
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