Acute Care Rehabilitation

Therapeutic Care for Sinai Patients

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Acute Care Rehabilitation

Acute Care Rehabilitation provides diagnostic and restorative treatment to patients admitted to the medical units of Sinai Hospital. Many illnesses, traumas and conditions requiring hospitalization also affect the ability of patients to perform basic physical functions. Rehabilitation therapies, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology provide immediate aid to patients in their recovery and eventual ability to return home.


Women’s Health Rehabilitation

The Sinai Rehabilitation Center offers physical therapy services for the specific needs of women and all in need of obstetric and gynecological (OB/GYN) care. 

Stroke Center

Part of the Berman Brain & Spine Institute, the Stroke Center at Sinai Hospital is a special unit offering interdisciplinary rehabilitative services to patients who’ve experienced stroke.

Advanced Orthopedic Therapy

Advanced Orthopedic Therapy offers inpatient and outpatient physical and occupational therapy for pediatric and adult patients.

Limb Lengthening

Advanced Orthopedic Therapy at Sinai Rehabilitation Center offers specialized care for treating children and adults undergoing surgery for limb lengthening, limb deformity correction and related conditions.

Integrated Rehabilitation for Total Knee Replacement

From pre-surgery to recovery, Advanced Orthopedic Therapy at Sinai Rehab Center provides integration of care for knee replacement patients.

Vestibular, Dizziness, Concussion and Balance Program 

Our physical therapists offer personalized care for patients with vestibular disorders resulting in symptoms of dizziness and imbalance.

Physical Therapy

Our team of experienced physical therapists help patients regain motor control, mobility and overall function after illness or injury.

Occupational Therapy 

Our occupational therapists help patients restore or improve the abilities needed to perform activities of daily living, such as dressing, grooming and bathing.

Speech Pathology

Our speech pathologists care for patients with conditions affecting their ability to speak and/or understand language as well as those experiencing dysphagia, a swallowing disorder.