HealthSouth Deaconess Rehabilitation Hospital offers traditional outpatient therapy services, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. Our professionals also offer individualized services through multiple specialty clinics.
Physical Medicine Services
- Transfer training
- Gait training
- Strengthening programs
- Balance/ gross motor coordination
- Vestibular evaluations
- Aquatic therapy
- Pre- and post-prosthetic training
- Back and neck care program
- NESS L300 for foot drop treatment
- Wheelchair evaluations
- Pre-driving screenings
- Activities of daily living
- Work simplification, energy conservation, joint protection
- Thinking skills and financial management
- Visual perception
- Orthopedic splinting
- Ness H200 treatment for upper extremity paralysis
- Home exercise programs
- Lymphedema management
- Thinking skills and memory
- Evaluation and treatment of swallowing problems
- Language skills training
- Motor speech training
- Evaluation and treatment for alternative speaking techniques
- Aural rehab
- VitalStim therapy
- Interactive Metronome for attention to task
The Amputee Clinic is designed to provide follow-up care for individuals who have undergone an amputation. Patients meet with a physician and physical therapist regarding prosthetics. The clinic is offered monthly.
Brain Injury Program
The Brain Injury Program is for people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury or stroke. The program offers three tracks: vocational, educational and home re-entry. Currently, 85% of clients who have entered the vocational track have returned to competitive employment, and 100% of clients in the educational track have returned to school.
Spinal Cord Injury Clinic
The Spinal Cord Injury Clinic is designed to provide consistent follow-up care for individuals who have suffered a spinal cord injury. Patients are able to meet with a physiatrist, psychologist, clinical nurse specialist, and therapists specializing in spinal cord injury care. Individuals are seen one month, three months, six months, and annually after discharge.
Our community aquatics groups are open to the public and allow individuals to participate in a structured, supervised pool exercise program. The groups meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday. A physician's referral is required. Independence in mobility and activities of daily living required also.
Available for outpatient services in the Evansville/ Newburgh area. Contact the Outpatient Department at 812/ 476-9983 for more information.
If you have questions or would like more information about being referred to our facility, please call the Admissions Department at 812/ 437-6121.