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Acute Rehabilitation Services

Acute Rehabilitation Services

Advanced support to make your return home from our Acute Rehab Center easier.

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INFO 740.462.3220
 
In addition to post-acute care, we offer outpatient rehabilitation services to help patients transition to home and community or receive the medical care they need.

The Acute (Inpatient Rehab Facility - IPR) Rehabilitation facility at Knox Community Hospital helps patients experiencing a loss of function from injury or illness become as independent as possible in their daily living activities so that they may return home and resume daily activities.

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Patients and their family members are encouraged to call to discuss therapy services or arrange a tour.

For more information or questions about Acute Rehabilitation, call 740.462.3220.

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Acute Rehab or inpatient physical rehab patients often experience limited ability to care for themselves because of:

  • Impaired mobility, balance, and coordination
  • Limited strength 
  • Sensory loss or visual/perception problems
  • Issues with memory or problem-solving
  • Speech and communication problems
  • Swallowing disorders

The Acute Rehabilitation at Knox Community Hospital provides comprehensive inpatient physical rehabilitation for patients with a variety of diagnoses, including but not limited to:

  • Amputations
  • Arthritis
  • Brain injury
  • Burns
  • Cerebrovascular accident
  • Congenital deformity
  • Hip fractures
  • Major multiple trauma
  • Orthopedic Conditions
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Neurological disorders (including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Polyneuropathy, Guillain-Barre, and others
  • COPD, Heart Disease, and others
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Physicians

Danielle Guffrey, MD
Acute Rehabilitation Services
Licensed rehabilitation professionals patiently teach patients to maximize function based on their abilities and needs.

Patients in therapy can regain the ability to walk after a fall or amputation, talk following a stroke, or re-learn personal hygiene after a serious illness.