Outpatient Brain Injury Therapy Care at Mary Free Bed
For patients who require outpatient brain injury treatment, Mary Free Bed's Outpatient Therapy Center provides a comprehensive range of therapy services and treatment facilities.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital treats patients within its continuum of care and patients referred from external sources. All patients are evaluated and treatment plans are created to meet the individual needs of each patient. Length of treatment varies from a few sessions to several months.
Programs and services provided include:
Mary Free Bed Outpatient Therapy Center Staff
The Outpatient Therapy Center is staffed by more than 60 on-site therapists. Our team of therapy professionals includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language therapists, neuropsychologists, recreational therapists, and social workers.
Patients also have access to a variety of on-site specialty services, such as:
Mary Free Bed's therapists are able to provide home, school, or job site evaluations, when needed. Specialty-trained therapists can provide evaluations and treatment for recent innovative technology such as upper extremity and lower extremity Bioness devices for functional electrical stimulation of hand and ankle movement and for SaeboFlex.
Outpatient Therapy Treatment Facilities
The Outpatient Therapy Center offers a variety of therapy areas to meet the needs of patients during their treatment program. The adult outpatient floor features two therapy gyms, multiple individual treatment spaces, a simulated apartment, and street scape designed for daily living and mobility skill training. The Outpatient Therapy Center also offers indoor and outdoor environments for curb, stair, ramp, and uneven surface training. A heated therapeutic pool is available for patients as is state-of-the-art equipment for voice and swallowing evaluations and treatment. Community- based outings can be arranged, when indicated.
A physician’s prescription is required for evaluation and/or treatment. Once a prescription is received and insurance coverage verified, the patient is contacted to schedule the initial therapy evaluations. Patients must be able to tolerate treatment and have transportation to the outpatient facility. Mary Free Bed's outpatient schedulers can provide information on possible community transportation resources.
Mary Free Bed's outpatient brain injury program is accredited by the Joint Commission and CARF.