Inpatient Rehabilitation | UnityPoint Health - Sioux City, Iowa

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Inpatient Rehabilitation

Most Americans will require at least one inpatient rehabilitation service during their life.

UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's comprehensive rehabilitation therapists and nursing staff provides personalized therapy for adult and pediatric patients suffering from stroke, multiple trauma, brain and spinal cord injury, fractures, surgeries and other health conditions - all with one goal in mind. We are dedicated to helping our patients achieve their post-recovery goals, whether it's active retirement, independent living or a return to work and family life.


"The therapists at Unity Point Health - St. Luke's acute rehab have been such a blessing. They were so kind and compassionate. Coming back the second time was like meeting old friends. They work together to create a safe and welcoming atmosphere geared toward the best possible outcome for each and every patient." 


Inpatient rehabilitation services provided at St. Luke's are performed in both the patient's room and in the rehabilitation gym, located on the hospital's third floor, offering a variety of rehab activities to assist with a patient's recovery. Plus, our interdisciplinary approach means patients have access to a team including physical, speech and occupational therapists, rehabilitation nurses and social workers.

Working together with daily access to rehab therapists, exercises, and services within our inpatient rehabilitation facility creates a supportive and conducive environment for the healing process. Our rehab nursing staff and therapists are here to progress your healing as quickly as possible to help you meet your post-recovery goals.

Under the medical direction of Sioux City's only physiatrist, UnityPoint Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation offers medical consultations and follow up care for patients with musculoskeletal injuries, muscle spasticity, brain and spinal cord injuries, worker's compensation injuries, as well as perform electrodiagnostic studies.