Recognized throughout South Texas as a leader in providing comprehensive rehabilitation services, Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital of San Antonio is a licensed 65-bed specialty hospital with inpatient and outpatient programs for adults.
Located in the heart of the San Antonio Medical Center, Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital of San Antonio maintains the highest levels of accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
At our hospital, our mission is to serve people with disabilities by providing compassionate, expert care during the rehabilitation process and to prevent disabilities through education and research. We welcome you to this virtual tour of our hospital and would like to invite you to take a personal tour with one of our dedicated staff. For more information or to schedule a personal tour, call (210)616-0100.
The Warm Springs Veterans Center for Excellence proudly serves the Department of Defense and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, but is not affiliated with any governmental entity.
Featured: The EksoNR™ Robotic Exoskeleton
As part of our commitment to rehabilitation, Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital of San Antonio uses cutting-edge technology to help patients regain their strength, mobility, confidence, and freedom. The EksoNR™ robotic exoskeleton is the first exoskeleton indicated for stroke and spinal cord injury rehabilitation. The wearable device augments strength to help these patients stand and relearn to walk, improving their step patterns, weight shifting, and posture, while allowing them to track their own progress. Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital of San Antonio is the first hospital in the San Antonio area to have the newly upgraded EksoNR and is using the device to mobilize patients earlier in their rehabilitation.
Each year, as many as 15 million individuals suffer a stroke and 500,000 experience a spinal cord injury. Early mobilization is especially beneficial for stroke recovery. Gait training with this exoskeleton suit is one of the latest advancements in stroke treatment and neuro-rehab in general.
Clinical research suggests that including EksoNR gait training during inpatient rehabilitation can improve patients’ gait speed and walking distance. Most patients take an average of 400 steps in their first-time training in the device. It is the most clinically used exoskeleton and patients around the world have taken over 100 million steps and counting.
For more information on rehabilitation for stroke or spinal cord injury using the EksoNR robotic exoskeleton, contact Christine Chesnut, Director of Rehabilitation, @ 210-592-5332 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A physical therapy evaluation will help determine eligibility to use the exoskeleton in rehabilitation.
Main Phone: 210-616-0100
Referral Fax: 210-592-5457
5101 Medical Drive San Antonio,