Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation

Our Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation Services Navigating the Road to Recovery at Our Specialised Inpatient Rehabilitation Centers for Stroke Patients

Inpatient stroke rehabilitation is a critical phase in the recovery journey for stroke survivors. Among the many components of stroke rehabilitation, physiotherapy and occupational therapy plays pivotal roles in helping individuals regain independence, mobility, and functionality.

We recognise the importance of locating a local inpatient rehabilitation facility for stroke patients, is paramount for a successful recovery. That's why we provide specialised stroke inpatient rehabilitation programmes at dedicated facilities across Berkshire, staffed by our expert therapists and medical professionals and equipped with cutting-edge equipment.

At our private rehab centres for stroke patients, our dedicated multidisciplinary team will look after you and help you recover.

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Our Holistic Approach to Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation

When you or a loved one undergoes stroke rehabilitation at one of our rehab facilities, you will receive holistic approach to care. This holistic approach typically involves a collaborative effort between our team of chartered physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and other healthcare professionals, with an aim to provide comprehensive care that addresses not only the physical and cognitive aspects of stroke recovery, but the emotional aspect too.

The Role of Physiotherapy in Specialist Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation

Regaining Mobility and Strength

Physiotherapy, often referred to as physical therapy, plays an integral and foundational role in the comprehensive field of inpatient stroke rehabilitation. It is a multifaceted discipline that encompasses a wide range of therapeutic techniques, exercises, and strategies aimed at restoring the physical and functional well-being of stroke survivors.

Here's how our specialised stroke physiotherapy aids in the stroke recovery process:

Mobility Improvement: Our team of physiotherapists work closely with stroke patients to improve their mobility. This includes relearning how to walk, maintain balance, and perform everyday movements.

Strength Regeneration: Stroke survivors may experience muscle weakness or paralysis on one side of their body (hemiparesis). Physiotherapy focuses on strengthening affected muscles, allowing individuals to regain functional independence.

Gait Training: Learning to walk again after a stroke can be challenging. Our physiotherapists provide gait training to help patients walk more safely and efficiently.

Pain Management: Stroke-related pain or discomfort can hinder rehabilitation progress. Physiotherapists employ techniques to alleviate pain and improve overall well-being.

Tailored Treatment Plans for Stroke Rehabilitation

A standout feature of our physiotherapy in inpatient stroke rehabilitation is our commitment to personalisation. We take great care to create an individualised treatment plan for every patient, meticulously addressing their unique requirements and objectives. This personalised strategy guarantees the utmost effectiveness in rehabilitation.

Our team of charted physiotherapists is characterised by their professionalism, thorough DBS checks, and extensive experience in delivering successful stroke rehabilitation services across various sectors, including the NHS, social care, and private care.

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If you or a loved one is on the road to recovery following a stroke, please reach out to us today to discover the nearest Therapies on Thames stroke rehabilitation centre in your area.

The Role of Occupational Therapy in Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation

Regaining Independence in Daily Activities

Occupational therapy focuses on helping stroke survivors regain the ability to perform daily activities and tasks that are fundamental to their quality of life. Our team of occupational therapists carefully tailor therapy pans to address the unique challenges and limitations that individual stroke survivors may face, allowing them to regain confidence, self-sufficiency, and a sense of purpose.

Here's how our occupational therapy plays a vital role in the stroke recovery process:

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs): Occupational therapists work on skills required for everyday tasks such as dressing, grooming, cooking, and bathing. These skills are essential for regaining independence.

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Stroke can impact cognitive functions. Occupational therapists use various strategies to improve memory, problem-solving abilities, and concentration.

Adaptive Techniques: When physical limitations exist, occupational therapists introduce adaptive techniques and tools to make daily tasks more manageable. This may include modified utensils or assistive devices.

Home Assessment: Occupational therapists often conduct home assessments to identify potential safety hazards and recommend modifications to ensure a safe and supportive living environment.

The Benefits of Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation from Therapies on Thames

At Therapies on Thames, we understand the vital roles that physiotherapy and occupational therapy play in the essential journey of inpatient stroke rehabilitation. Our therapeutic interventions empower stroke survivors, enabling them to regain their independence, improve their quality of life, and reintegrate into their daily routines.

Specialised & Tailored Care

Specialised & Tailored Care

Inpatient rehab facilities for stroke patients offer specialised care tailored to individual needs. A team of healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and nurses, work together to create a personalised treatment plan.

Intensive Therapy Sessions

Intensive Therapy Sessions

Our inpatient stroke rehabilitation centres provides a comprehensive and structured approach to stroke recovery featuring daily, intensive therapy sessions that focus on improving mobility, speech, cognitive function, and the overall diverse needs of stroke patients.

24/7 Medical Supervision

24/7 Medical Supervision

We provide 24/7 medical supervision to offer a secure and nurturing environment for individuals on their journey to recovery. This constant vigilance allows us to respond promptly to any emergencies or changes in health status that may arise during their stay.

Supportive Environment

Supportive Environment

Being in a supportive and structured environment helps stroke survivors build confidence and motivation during their recovery journey. These environments serves as a foundation for building confidence and motivation, two essential elements that drive progress and healing.

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If you or a loved one is on the road to recovery following a stroke, please reach out to us today to discover the nearest Therapies on Thames stroke rehabilitation centre in your area.

OUR REHABILITATION CENTRES

Bridge House Rehabilitation Centre
Reading, Berkshire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Bridge House in Reading to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Reading..

Bridge House Rehabilitation Centre
Reading, Berkshire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Bridge House in Reading to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Reading..

Camberley Manor Elderly Rehabilitation Centre
Camberley, Surrey

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Camberley Manor Care Home to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Camberley.

Newlands of Stow Rehabilitation Centre
Stow, Gloucestershire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Newlands of Stow to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Gloucestershire.

Florence House Rehabilitation Centre
Reading, Berkshire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Florence House in Reading to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Reading.

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If you or a loved one is on the road to recovery following a stroke, please reach out to us today to discover the nearest Therapies on Thames stroke rehabilitation centre in your area.

THE INPATIENT ADMISSION PROCESS

If you think that yourself, a loved one, or client might benefit from residential treatment at one of our rehabilitation facilities, the admission process works as followed:

  • The first step is for the patient, a family member or carer to give us a call on: 0333 011 3278, and have a chat to one of the team, about their requirements and which of our centres would be most suitable.
  • We will then email/post you some further information, based on the details of the discussion.
  • A member of the team based at the centre will then follow up with you directly and can arrange for a tour of the centre if required.
  • If you decide you would like to proceed with the admission, the centre will arrange to complete a patient assessment prior to the admission, in order to assess any nursing needs required and ensure that the centre is able to accommodate any very specialist medical needs.
  • The team will then liaise with the hospital discharge team and prepare for the patient’s arrival at the centre.
  • Once the patient has arrived at the centre, they will be assessed, and a treatment plan will be put in place.
  • Once the plan is in place, it will remain under constant review during the rehabilitation period, and when the patient is ready to return home, the team can arrange for our community rehabilitation team to continue treatment in the patient’s own home.

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All of our therapists are fully qualified, experienced professionals, DBS checked, registered members of Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and registered with relevant professional bodies.

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