Rehabilitation

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Rehabilitation

It's important to begin rehabilitation as soon as possible after a stroke. Rehabilitation helps patients regain body functions, relearn skills needed to resume daily activities and cope with disabilities and potential depression.

Physical therapists help patients regain functional mobility to maximize their independence, while occupational therapists help patients improve cognitive function to better perform everyday activities such as dressing and eating. Speech therapists work with patients to overcome speech and language impairments caused by a stroke.

Select any of the links below for additional information about stroke rehabilitation services at a specific Lutheran Health Network facility: