4313 S Pleasant Crossing Boulevard
Rogers, AR 72758
Rogers Rehabilitation Hospital is a state-of-the-art, 36-bed inpatient acute rehabilitation hospital dedicated to the treatment and recovery of individuals who have experienced the debilitating effects of a severe injury or illness.
Our rehabilitation programs provide ongoing care and specialized treatment to patients throughout their recovery journey. We offer customized, intense rehabilitation tailored to the individual needs of those recovering from stroke, brain injury, neurological conditions, trauma, spinal cord injury, amputation, and orthopedic injury.
Rogers Rehabilitation Hospital strives to maximize the health, function, and quality of life of those we serve through comprehensive physical medicine and rehabilitation programs.
This doctor-supervised program is designed for patients with injury to the brain, spinal cord or nerves. People with neurological injuries or disease sometimes have difficulty moving freely, speaking, swallowing, breathing, or learning.
Our multidisciplinary team provides specialty care to help individuals regain function from the physical and psychological effects following a stroke. Our goal is to help patients achieve the most complete recovery possible through prevention, recognition, assessment, and treatment of conditions related to stroke and its complications.
Our therapists have specialized skills and training that help them recognize the unique needs of brain-injured individuals and provide consistent and structured rehabilitation. We offer comprehensive care to address physical dysfunction, cognitive impairments, and behavioral issues associated with these patients.
We offer comprehensive rehabilitation for patients with spinal cord injuries, either traumatic or non-traumatic, who need a specialized and coordinated process to increase their physical, emotional, and psychological ability.
A comprehensive, multidisciplinary team of professionals with specialty amputee training, experience, and credentials for management of medical and functional needs provides effective and evidence-based care for this population. We focus on restoring strength and confidence, regaining function and mobility, and returning individuals to an independent and satisfying life.
Our program prepares patients recovering from fractures, dislocations or joint replacements to transition back to home and into the community. Accordingly, a number of objectives are established based on the patient’s individual needs, including gait training; stair climbing; transfer training; muscle strengthening and endurance; fall safety; dressing, bathing, toileting; and operating a vehicle.