Lancaster General Health’s Neurorehabilitation team of compassionate and skilled physicians, nurses and therapists provides individualized rehabilitation programs to help patients overcome or minimize the impact of brain injury, stroke, and other neurological conditions.
Following medical recovery from a stroke or traumatic brain injury, a rehabilitation program provides specialized treatment and therapy to prevent further complications, maximize abilities, and to help patients and families adapt to any disabilities that may remain.
Conditions We Treat
- Brain injury
- Brain tumor
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Parkinson’s syndrome
- Spinal cord injury
- Other neurological insult
Our offerings range from physical therapy to neuropsychology and include a variety of specialty services:
- Adaptive seating
- Assistive communication technology and training
- Case management
- Driving safety evaluations
- Functional visual assessment and treatment
- Hand therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Speech therapy
- Swallowing program
- Wheelchair assessment
We also work with the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) to support persons with disabilities who are eligible for employment-related services.
Our clients benefit from access to sophisticated rehabilitative and adaptive technologies to help regain the greatest degree of functional ability to the greatest degree possible.
- AlterG® air-supported body weight treadmill
- ZeroG® Gait & Balance System
- Interactive Metronome®
- BIG® and LOUD® protocols
- Assistive communication technology
- ERGOS and BTE functional capacity testing
- HydroWorx® aquatic therapy pool/underwater treadmill
- LiteGait® partial weight-bearing gait therapy harness
- SMART BalanceMaster® computerized balance equipment
- Up n’ Go® de-weighting gait trainer
We also offer neurological day treatment, a multidisciplinary outpatient program designed to help patients with moderate impairments prepare themselves to return to home, school and work. Neurological day treatment is offered at the Neuroscience Institute.