Serving the Texas Panhandle region, the BSA Inpatient Rehabilitation Center is the area’s foremost rehabilitation facility. Located on the Sixth Floor of BSA, the rehabilitation center extends its services to adults with acquired brain injury (traumatic brain injury, stroke and brain tumors), spinal cord injury, amputation, total joint replacement or other neurological and orthopedic conditions. In keeping with the mission of BSA, our commitment to quality healthcare creates an environment that blends each patient’s individualized needs with the passion and skill of the rehabilitation treatment team.
The goal of physical medicine and rehabilitation is to restore one to the highest level of physical, social, cognitive, and emotional independence following a debilitating illness, injury, or surgery. This goal is accomplished through an interdisciplinary team approach that combines the treatment methods of highly trained and licensed professionals who are knowledgeable in the rehabilitation process.
As a rehabilitation patient, your condition can be disruptive to your way of life and possibly life changing. The professional staff of the BSA Inpatient Rehabilitation Center is committed to providing you and your family the best in rehabilitative services. We are here to help you get back to work, to play, and to living.
BSA’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Center uses a team of specialty-care providers, including physiatrists (rehabilitation physicians), consulting physicians, rehabilitation nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, case managers, social workers, dieticians, spiritual care providers and others specially trained in rehabilitation.
Each member of the treatment team is dedicated to helping the patient improve through: