Life-changing injuries from a car accident, fall or some other type of physical or neurological condition may have left you wondering what’s next in terms of function, independence and overall quality of life. Baylor Scott & White Rehabilitation's reputation for quality care and patient outcomes draws people from all over the world. Many of our specialists and clinical treatment teams hold advanced certifications in the rehabilitation of traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injury, stroke, amputation and orthopedic conditions. Our teams create individualized treatment plans with one goal in mind: to maximize your recovery.
Inpatient Programs and Services
At Baylor Scott & White Rehab – Dallas, our Traumatic Brain Injury Program is part of the North Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Model System, and our Spinal Cord Injury Program incorporates cutting edge technology to help patients recover from spinal cord injuries. Learn about all of our inpatient programs and services below.
*Programs, services and certified staff are not available at all inpatient hospital locations.
About Our Rehabilitation Hospitals
Our three inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and two inpatient rehabilitation units are located throughout the Dallas – Fort Worth area. Programs and services vary slightly at each facility. Learn more about each location and how they can help you or a loved one reach your rehabilitation goals.
Tour One of Our Hospitals
If you would like to make sure Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation is right for you or a family member, visit one of our hospitals and take a tour. Our team is happy to show you around and answer any questions you may have about our facility, our medical staff or our approach to rehabilitation.
Careers at Baylor Scott & White Rehabilitation
Be part of an experienced team of rehabilitation professionals who are committed to helping each patient recover the strengths, skills, independence and confidence they need to return to their lives.
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