Medical rehabilitation near Overland Park/Leawood, KS
At Menorah Medical Center, we offer 3 levels of rehabilitation services:
- Inpatient Therapy Services
- Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
- Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
We provide rehabilitation services for patients recovering from a wide range of injuries and conditions in Overland Park, Kansas. Our multidisciplinary team works with patients and their physicians to create customized treatment plans to help them get back to the activities they love.
For referrals or more information about our Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, call (913) 201-5128.
For more information about our inpatient therapy services, call (913) 498-7499.
For referrals or more information about our outpatient rehab programs, call (913) 498-6990.
Our outpatient rehab services are located in the Mid America Surgery Institute building on the corner of 119th and Nall on the Menorah Medical Center Campus:
5525 W. 119th St., Suite 220
Overland Park, KS 66209
Individualized rehab care
We believe that patient involvement is essential for effective rehab care. That's why we work with patients, caregivers and physicians to create individualized treatment plans for each of our patients.
Our team of rehab specialists offers a wide range of therapeutic specialties, including physical, speech and occupational therapies, to treat our patients' unique conditions.
Conditions that may benefit from rehab
Whether patients are recovering from an injury, disease or surgery, rehab services can help. Some of the most common conditions that affect a person's mobility and function are:
- Body and joint pain
- Brain injury
- Hand and upper extremity conditions
conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, Guillain Barre and MS
- LSVT BIG and LOUD therapy
- Orthopedic disorders and injuries including
osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and tendinitis
- Back injuries/post-surgical rehab
- Joint injuries/post-surgical injuries
- Muscle strains/tendonitis
- Back and neck pain
- Rehabilitation following joint replacement surgery
- Pre-habilitation therapy in preparation for joint replacement surgery
- Speech and swallowing issues and disorders
- Rehab and recovery following spinal neurosurgery
- Vestibular and balance rehab
- Concussion management
- Generalized weakness including cancer fatigue rehab and post-COVID weakness
- Speech Therapy
- Swallowing functions including VitalStim for swallowing issues
- Cognition and memory therapy
- Speech/voice training
Acute inpatient rehabilitation services
Patients who need daily therapy and 24/7 medical care can benefit from our acute inpatient rehab facility (IRF). Our IRF provides the intensity and level of care necessary to overcome the physical and functional challenges caused by serious medical conditions and trauma.
Acute inpatient rehab can benefit patients in several ways, including:
- Being discharged from the hospital at a higher function level
- Regaining functionality in a shorter amount of time
- Increasing the likelihood that patients will return home after being released
Why patients choose acute inpatient rehab facilities over skilled nursing facilities
As an inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF), we’re able to provide a higher level of rehabilitation than a skilled nursing facility (SNF) can provide. In fact, our inpatient programs provide each patient with nearly twice as many hours of therapy per week than is provided in an SNF. Unlike an SNF, we provide:
- On-site emergency care
- Rehabilitation led by a rehab physician specialist
- 24-hour care and daily consultation with physicians
- One nurse for every four or five patients, compared to 15 to 20 patients per nurse in SNFs
- At least three hours of therapy a day, 5 out of 7 days/week or 15 hours over seven days
- A well-rounded, experienced multidisciplinary team approach
- Outcomes measured against other programs across the U.S.
- Average length of stay of 12 to 14 days, with more than 75 percent of patients returning to home or to assisted
or independent living communities.
For referrals or more information about Menorah Medical Center’s inpatient rehab programs, call (913) 201-5128.
Our rehab/therapy specialties
We offer a range of inpatient and outpatient rehab therapies to help patients recover from conditions and increase their independence and functionality.
Physical therapy helps patients with their range of motion, balance and overall physical wellness. Our board-certified physical therapists work with the healthcare team at Menorah Medical Center to provide customized treatments, which may include exercise, manual therapy techniques, sports medicine and pain management.
Occupational therapy focuses on improving daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, eating and home management. Occupational therapy is often used to help patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions. Our department is staffed by board-certified occupational therapists including certified lymphedema specialists.
Speech therapy helps patients with speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice and swallowing issues and disorders. Our speech-language pathologists evaluate patients and develop treatment plans to promote maximum improvement.
Specialized rehab programs
To help patients recover from certain medical conditions and surgeries, our hospital offers the following specialty rehab programs.
Neurological and stroke rehabs
Menorah is a Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center. Through various therapies, our neurological rehab and stroke rehab programs help patients manage chronic or acute conditions affecting the brain or nervous system. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists helps improve physical functioning and well-being through individualized, compassionate care. Our inpatient therapists also work closely with our neurosurgeon and NPs to progress these patients to home.
Our rehab specialists collaborate with our oncology care physicians and nurses to offer specialized cancer rehab. Our cancer-focused rehab team understands how a diagnosis of cancer as well as side effects of surgery and treatment change how the body feels and moves. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists helps improve physical functioning and well-being through individualized, compassionate care.
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