Additional Programs and Types of Care

In addition to our primary care specialties, we also offer other types of care and a variety of programs designed to maximize the health, function, and quality of life of those we serve, including:

Case Management

The rehabilitation process doesn’t stop here. We believe that early discharge planning is the key to eliminating any barriers that stand between you or your loved one returning back to the community. Your case manager will work in conjunction with your rehabilitation team to ensure a smooth, safe plan for discharge after your treatment is completed with us.

Leisure Activities

Leisure activities help to motivate patients to achieve their goals.  Patients have the opportunity to participate in group or individual activities that focus on crafts, games, pet therapy, cooking, and painting.  Patients who may benefit from participation in activities include individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, or decreased social interaction with a goal to improve deficits such as spatial neglect, visual scanning, recognition of social and behavioral cues and communication opportunities.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy utilizes evidence based practice including body weight support equipment for gait, electrical stimulation, robotics and manual neurological techniques to improve strength, balance, vestibular impairments coordination, gait and functional mobility.  Physical therapy has a focus on safety in assisting patients to function to their highest level possible to get in and out of bed and the bathroom, to walk, and to use a wheelchair or other equipment, if necessary.

Rehabilitation Nursing

Nursing services are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Rehabilitation nurses specialize in caring for patients who have disabilities and are skilled in helping patients achieve their greatest potential and level of independence.

Speech & Cognitive Therapy

Speech and cognitive therapists assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent disorders with speech, language, cognitive communication, voice, swallowing, and fluency.


The use of Yoga with rehab patients has several positive indications including: relaxation, decreasing anxiety, controlled breathing strategies, stretching, strengthening, improving balance as well as meditative components. Yoga sessions offer various benefits, for example, a seated Yoga session may have the goal of stretching the core, upper extremities and lower extremities with a focus on meditation and controlled breathing. Once a patient participates in a session they are able to carry over the strategies to benefit in functional activities. At Texas Rehab Hospital our Yoga sessions are led by a certified Yoga instructor.