Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

Optimize Your Recovery at Emory Healthcare

Spinal cord injuries often force you to adapt to a new way of life. Our spinal cord injury rehab team offers emotional and physical support to help you transition to independent living. We treat all types of spinal cord issues, including traumatic injuries, tumors, infections, aneurysms, and more.  

Our 28-bed neuro rehab unit is the preferred facility for spinal cord injuries in Georgia. We help you achieve the highest possible level of functioning while promoting independence at home and in the community.

Gain Independence with Spinal Cord Injury Rehab

Many things cause spinal cord injuries. Vehicle crashes, falls, sports-related injuries, and the like cause external spinal injuries. Non-traumatic injuries occur from tumors, stenosis, blood loss, infections, and other medical conditions. The spinal cord does not have to be completely severed to incur damage.

There is no cure for spinal cord injuries, but rehabilitation helps you adapt to your new normal. The goals of rehabilitation help you:

  • Learn to take care of your body 
  • Prevent future complications such as pressure sores
  • Promote new neural pathways to restore movement to your body’s muscles

Spinal Cord Injury Rehab Expertise

Emory Rehabilitation Hospital provides individualized treatments in a family-oriented environment. Our experienced staff uses state-of-the-art equipment and evidence-based therapies.  

We guide patients and families throughout the entire rehabilitation process. Our clinical team provides education, training, intensive therapy, and medical management. We help you meet your medical and treatment goals so you can return home with confidence.

Patients have round-the-clock nursing care and at least three hours of daily therapy five days of the week. We balance hands-on care with high-tech treatment to address your unique challenges. Team members track your progress and change treatment, if needed.

Together, we will help you regain your independence.

Make an Appointment with Emory Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

To make an appointment, please call 404-778-7777.