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Acute Rehabilitation

Acute Rehabilitation

Regain your life after injury or illness with acute inpatient rehabilitation at CMC

After suffering a debilitating injury or illness, you may need help rebuilding your strength and other functions.  Your physician may determine that a more focused treatment plan in necessary for your care and recovery.  Acute rehabilitation at Conway Medical Center offers inpatient programs with a goal of restoring your quality of life through and individualized treatment plan.  We us focused techniques and assistive technologies to optimize your recovery, help you regain mobility and function, and promote a new independence.

Types of patients

A variety of patients may need inpatient rehabilitation because of functional loss that occurred due to a disabling injury or illness.

Some conditions that may lead to rehabilitation:

Stroke (CVA)
Brain/Head Injuries
Cardiac and Pulmonary conditions
Neuropathy and Myopathy
Spinal Cord Injury
Peripheral Nerve Injury
Multiple Trauma
Hip Fractures and replacements

Amputations
Polyarthritis
Degenerative & progressive neurological disorders
Guillain-Barre’
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Parkinson’s Disease
Cancer

Services you might receive in Acute Rehab

There are many different services and tool that can be used to create a treatment plan to help you heal and recover while you are staying with us.

  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech/language pathology, minimally 3 hours per day at least 5 days per week
  • 24/7 Rehabilitation Nursing
  • 24/7 close Medical Management directed by a physician with specialized training and experience in rehab medicine and the Hospitalist Team or Primary Care Physician
  • Medical, diagnostic, laboratory and pharmacy services within the hospital
  • Mobility and gait evaluation and training including prosthetic training
  • Cognitive and perceptual evaluation and training
  • Oral motor and swallowing skills assessment and management
  • Home evaluation to assess need for adaptive equipment environmental modifications
  • Wheelchair positioning and mobility training
  • Community re-entry activities
  • Orthotics/Prosthetics
  • Pain management
  • Bowel and bladder training

We’re here to help you heal and find your new normal so you can start living a happier, healthier life again.

Foundation

The Conway Medical Center Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of all individuals in the Conway Medical Center service area.

Family Medicine Residency Program

The Conway Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program is sponsored by Campbell University and is accredited by the American College of Graduate Medical Education.

CMC Care

Through CMC Care you can access your medical records for both your hospital and physician office encounters and set primary care appointments at your convenience on any computer, tablet or mobile device.