Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation in Cedar Rapids
Some conditions, such as a stroke or a spinal cord injury, require a hospital stay and acute inpatient rehabilitation. Our trusted team of experts in Cedar Rapids use a wide range of therapies, counseling, support groups and education as part of an individualized plan of care.
Learn more about us by watching our video tour of our facility.
Cedar Rapids Police Officer Shannon Sampson recovers from surgery with the help of St. Luke's PMR
Our inpatient rehabilitation is accredited by CARF, the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission. This means St. Luke's has passed an in-depth review of its services and meets nationally and internationally recognized service and quality standards.
Learn more about our commitment to excellence for patients and families of Cedar Rapids by reading our 2019 Outcomes Report.
- 24 Hour Nursing care
- Animal Assisted Therapy
- Assistive Technology Professional
- Care Coordination & Social Work
- Certified Brain Injury Specialists
- Certified Rehabilitation RN's
- Close Medical Management by Physiatrist
- Medical Psychologist
- Neurological Clinical Specialist
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Recreational therapy
- Speech Therapy
Just some of our specialized services
PODCAST EPISODE: Rehabilitation Medicine
Dr. Stanley Mathew, medical director for St. Luke's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss rehabilitation medicine, common injuries, treatments and more.