Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals: The Best Setting for Stroke Recovery

According to guidelines from the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association, Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals (IRFs) are best suited to manage stroke patients and provide the intensive, specialized rehabilitation they require. The interdisciplinary team treatment at an IRF is better suited to stroke patients as opposed to the more limited care at a nursing home.

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  1. Nicole Blais on August 29, 2019 at 9:28 pm

    I had a stroke two and a half years ago in Victoria, BC. I exercise for two and a half hour every day. I tried to see a neurologist at the hospital but no luck. I want to kno why I had a stroke. I can’t use the right side of my body. I can walk but with a limp. Maybe I could go to the State’s for treatment because I’m not getting it here.

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