Neurological recovery center in Reston, Virginia
Reston Hospital Center's neurological rehabilitation program, also called neuro rehab, helps patients recover from strokes, spine and brain tumors, injuries and other neurological disorders. Our team includes a wide range of specialists who work with you to create a personalized rehabilitation plan. Together, we'll find a path that helps you regain your independence and quality of life.
For more information about our neurological rehabilitation program, call our inpatient rehab admissions team at (703) 949-9650.
Our neurological rehabilitation unit
After you undergo neurosurgery or experience a neurological emergency, such as a stroke, you will begin neurological rehab in the hospital. Our inpatient rehab unit includes 18 private rooms. We designed this center to be a safe and comfortable environment that includes advanced rehabilitation equipment and amenities.
Our rehab center gym features state-of-the-art recovery equipment. It also has private treatment rooms for patients looking for a calm, one-on-one therapy environment.
Our neurological rehabilitation program
When you undergo inpatient neurological rehab, our team focuses on:
- Optimizing your ability to perform basic self-care tasks
- Improving independence with bowel and bladder management
- Increasing mobility skills, either by walking or using a wheelchair
- Increasing independence with moving from one surface to another (such as from a bed to a wheelchair, wheelchair to toilet or chair to standing)
- Increasing general strength, endurance and coordination
- Improving communication and speech (aphasia)
- Increasing safety awareness
- Improving your ability to swallow (dysphagia)
- Improving problem solving, memory and other cognitive skills
- Helping you transition to home or to the next level of care
Depending on your treatment plan, your neurological rehab plan may include:
- Physical therapy (physiotherapy)
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Assistance from certified rehabilitation nurses
- Case management
Before you leave the hospital, our team will identify your neurological care needs and make sure you and your family have the right resources to help with your recovery.
Brain injury recovery
Brain injury rehabilitation can help patients relearn certain skills or functions so they can regain independence. Depending on the type of brain injury you have, you may need rehabilitation to help with memory problems, coordination, self-care or psychological issues.
Spinal cord injury recovery
Rehabilitation is an important part of spinal cord injury treatment and recovery. Spinal cord rehabilitation helps patients regain mobility and independence.
We provide rehabilitation for all types of spinal cord injuries and conditions, including:
- Recovery from spinal surgeries, such as laminectomies, tumor removals and side effects of spinal cord injuries
- Spinal cord conditions, such as spinal muscle atrophy, quadriplegia, paraplegia and spondylosis/stenosis
- Spinal viruses, such as traverse myelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, encephalitis and polio
- Conditions you may be born with (congenital), such as spina bifida or cerebral palsy
A stroke happens when blood flow to the brain becomes blocked or interrupted. Brain tissue can die when the brain doesn't get enough blood, which affects certain functions, such as movement and speech. Our expert team provides fast, life-saving stroke care, and we begin stroke rehabilitation as soon as possible to help improve your recovery.
Starting neurological rehabilitation
If you or someone you know may benefit from our neurological rehabilitation program, please call our inpatient rehabilitation admissions team at (703) 949-9650. One of our staff members will conduct a free evaluation to see if our program is a good fit for your recovery.