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Helen Hayes Hospital

1-888-70-REHAB

Route 9W
West Haverstraw, NY 10993
Amputee Rehabilitation New York

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Individuals who have sustained injury due to trauma, acts of violence, tumors, sports injuries, spinal stenosis, compression fractures and transverse myelitis are all candidates for inpatient rehabilitation.

The Program also treats patients with Guillain-Barre Syndrome and peripheral nervous system disorders, as well as myopathies and muscular dystrophies.

Individuals who have sustained injury due to trauma, cerebral aneurysm, cerebral hemorrhage, anoxia, brain tumor or infection, such as encephalitis, can all benefit from rehabilitation.

The program treats the complex effects of brain injury, such as difficulty walking, communicating, eating and dressing, limitations in memory and thinking skills and social, emotional and cognitive issues.

We treat patients recovering from various types of stroke, including cerebral infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Rehabilitation is provided for resulting disabilities, including paralysis, trouble walking, balancing, communicating, eating and dressing, as well as limitations in memory, emotional control and social skills and bowel and bladder disorders.

There are many conditions that bring patients to Helen Hayes Hospital for inpatient cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, but generally it is following cardiac or lung surgery or after a complicated hospitalization for heart or lung disease.
Patients who have had a single or bilateral joint replacement or hip fracture may be admitted to HHH’s disability-specific acute or sub-acute rehabilitation unit, depending on the patient’s medical condition, surgical status and age. The rehabilitation length of stay ranges from one to two weeks.

spinal-cord-iconIndividuals who have sustained injury due to trauma, acts of violence, tumors, sports injuries, spinal stenosis, compression fractures and transverse myelitis are all candidates for inpatient rehabilitation.

The Program also treats patients with Guillain-Barre Syndrome and peripheral nervous system disorders, as well as myopathies and muscular dystrophies.
SPINAL CORD INJURY INFORMATION LEARN MORE…

brain-injury-iconIndividuals who have sustained injury due to trauma, cerebral aneurysm, cerebral hemorrhage, anoxia, brain tumor or infection, such as encephalitis, can all benefit from rehabilitation.

The program treats the complex effects of brain injury, such as difficulty walking, communicating, eating and dressing, limitations in memory and thinking skills and social, emotional and cognitive issues.
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY INFORMATION LEARN MORE…

stroke-iconWe treat patients recovering from various types of stroke, including cerebral infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Rehabilitation is provided for resulting disabilities, including paralysis, trouble walking, balancing, communicating, eating and dressing, as well as limitations in memory, emotional control and social skills and bowel and bladder disorders.
STROKE INFORMATION LEARN MORE…

cardiopulmonary-iconThere are many conditions that bring patients to Helen Hayes Hospital for inpatient cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, but generally it is following cardiac or lung surgery or after a complicated hospitalization for heart or lung disease.
CARDIOPULMONARY INFORMATION LEARN MORE…
joint-iconPatients who have had a single or bilateral joint replacement or hip fracture may be admitted to HHH’s disability-specific acute or sub-acute rehabilitation unit, depending on the patient’s medical condition, surgical status and age. The rehabilitation length of stay ranges from one to two weeks.
JOINT REPLACEMENT, ORTHOPEDICS AND AMPUTATION INFORMATION, LEARN MORE…
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