Many patients that have recovered from an active COVID-19 infection are experiencing long-term residual effects of the disease both physically and mentally. Texas NeuroRehab Center is prepared to accept these patients for their continued rehabilitation process in our inpatient and outpatients settings after being debilitated by this disease. Texas NeuroRehab Center can address physical and psychological needs in patients that are recovering or have recovered from COVID-19, and help patients get back home, or to work and resume their previous activities.
Levels of Care Available at Texas NeuroRehab Center for post-COVID-19:
Patients have options for inpatient or outpatient services depending on their needs. Our team will evaluate you, your patient or your family member and determine what the best level of care is based on our assessment and the funding source.
Patients may qualify for:
Long-Term Acute Care Program-Medically complex patients who may require ventilation or oxygen.
Inpatient Rehabilitation Program -Patients require daily physician and nursing oversight in a hospital setting, and are able to do at least three hours of therapy a day.
Inpatient Post-Acute Brain Injury Program – Patients are experiencing cognitive debility and are unable to return home and maintain needs independently.
Outpatient (in-person) or Tele-Therapy (virtual) Program -Patients are able to return home, but still have therapy needs.
All four levels, located on our campus in Austin, TX will include:
Multidisciplinary team to address co-morbidities
Participation in intensive rehabilitation therapy program
Other medical complications: Stroke, Seizures, Encephalopathy, Acute Cardiac, Liver or Kidney injury, Septic shock, Blood clots, Rhabdomyolysis and Dysphagia.
ICU related and other psychiatric complications: Delirium, Dementia, Anxiety, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Hallucinations, Mood Disorders and Cognitive Dysfunction.
Lingering neurologic effects after recovery: Brain Fog, Dizziness, Headaches, Cognitive problems, Changes in sensation in arms and legs, Memory Issues, Concentration Issues and Confusion.
Ongoing debilitating problems after recovery: Post-Acute COVID Syndrome, Fatigue, Inability to Ambulate, Inability to complete ADLs independently (eating, dressing, bathing, toileting), Debilitation, Inability to exercise, cough, shortness of breath, muscular weakness, sleep issues, vision problems and loss of taste and smell.
Texas NeuroRehab Center Multidisciplinary Team includes:
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physicians
Physical, Occupational, Speech and Vision Therapists
For more information or to make a referral, please call: 1-800-252-5151