Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation - Health Channel


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Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation, Health Channel

Haronyd Melo Nunez, Manager of Rehab Services at West Kendall Baptist Hospital, explains when patients are in the hospital, they receive about 25 to 30 minutes of therapy a day with an occupational therapist, and they can receive up to three hours of therapy combined from physical, occupational and speech therapy.

She says in an outpatient setting the therapist usually goes three times a week, it is not something they do on a daily basis, and each of the sessions are 45 minutes or half hour long. Gabriela M. Ortega, Supervisor for Acute Rehabilitation at West Kendall Baptist Hospital, points out outpatient rehabilitation is usually the last line of rehab. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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