Stroke rehabilitation is an important phase of recovery for stroke survivors. The goal of rehabilitation at Capital Regional Medical Center is to help survivors relearn skills that were lost, or teach them compensations for any remaining residual disabilities. These skills (i.e. transfers, walking and self-propelling a wheelchair) aim to increase stroke survivors' functional independence and improve their overall quality of life. During rehabilitation, an individualized program is set up based on what the patient needs to become independent.
To learn more about Stroke Rehabilitation at Capital Regional Medical Center call (850) 325-5269.