PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Tulsa
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Rehab Hospital in Tulsa, OK

As part of the Post Acute Medical network, PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Tulsa serves patients recovering from acute illnesses and injuries by providing compassionate, high-quality rehabilitation services. With medical experts from multiple disciplines and the latest therapeutic equipment, our Tulsa rehabilitation hospital helps shorten recovery time, prevent hospital readmission and prepare you to return home. Everything we do centers on promoting the best possible long-term outcomes for our patients.

Treatment for a Range of Complex Conditions

At our inpatient rehab hospital in Tulsa, we work hard to provide comprehensive care for every patient. Our team includes physicians who specialize in treating specific conditions. This allows us to see patients recovering from:

  • Amputation
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Brain injury
  • Stroke
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Respiratory failure
  • Cardiopulmonary conditions
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Neurological disorders

Our rehabilitation programs primarily focus on brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple trauma and complex orthopedic conditions. However, we also offer specialty services such as prosthetic training, wound care, swallowing therapy and spasticity management.

Why Choose Our Tulsa Rehab Hospital?

Patient well-being guides everything we do at PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Tulsa. We believe that early and aggressive intervention prepares patients for positive long-term health and quality of life outcomes. That is why we allow you to work one-on-one with highly trained medical specialists for hours every day. By the time many patients leave our facility, they have met ambitious goals they once thought were out of reach.

We understand that everyone has different medical histories and goals for recovery. To ensure you receive the right care for your condition, our team will take these factors into account and create an individualized treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Medical Experts Dedicated to Your Success

The medical experts at our inpatient rehab hospital in Tulsa come from a range of different disciplines. As a result, our patients receive support from a well-rounded team capable of addressing any medical need. Depending on your condition, some of the staff members you might work with include registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, disease specialists, dietitians and psychologists.

Our facility has physicians available at all times, including on weekends and holidays, so you can have peace of mind in knowing there will always be someone around to provide care.

A Beautiful Facility Designed for Rehabilitation

When you feel comfortable in your environment, you can focus all your energy on recovery. Our beautiful rehab hospital has been designed from the ground up to support the rehabilitation process. Our facility has a total of 41 private rooms with accessible private bathrooms, and our inpatient and outpatient gyms feature the latest rehabilitation technology. We even have outdoor spaces for walking and improving mobility.

Take the First Step Toward Recovery

Choosing a rehab hospital where you will feel supported is the first step toward long-term recovery. At Post Acute Medical, we will dedicate ourselves to helping you reach your highest possible functional status. To learn more about our post-acute inpatient rehab services in Tulsa, schedule a tour or request more information by calling 918-940-8801 today.

 

 

Featured: The EksoNR™ Robotic Exoskeleton

ekso.jpgAs part of our commitment to rehabilitation, PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Tulsa 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. PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Tulsa is the first hospital in the Tulsa 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 Heather Cozad, Director of Rehabilitation, @ 918-940-8801 or hcozad@postacutetulsa.com. A physical therapy evaluation will help determine eligibility to use the exoskeleton in rehabilitation.

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Main Phone: 918-940-8801
Main Fax: 918-940-8892
Referral Phone: 918-940-8808
Referral Fax: 918-940-8892


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10020 E 91st St
Tulsa, OK 74133

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"Almost three months ago, I had a surgery that did not go as expected. I underwent additional surgery and spent the past two and a half months in the ICUs of three different hospitals, was intubated three times, and was fed through a tube. I don't even remember a lot of those weeks. "