Baylor Scott & White Rehab – Frisco Hospital

Welcome to Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Frisco

No two patients are alike. In the rehabilitation program at Baylor Scott & White Rehabilitation – Frisco, we offer you the individualized treatment you expect and deserve. Our stroke and traumatic brain injury program led by our medical director, Dr. David Lo, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician who is board-certified in brain injury. Both our stroke and TBI programs have received the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal – a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting the highest standards of excellence in patient care, performance outcomes and national patient safety criteria.

Baylor Scott & White Rehabilitation – Frisco is conveniently located in the heart of Frisco near the intersections of the Dallas North Tollway and the Sam Rayburn Tollway. Our light and bright facility is well designed for healing and includes:


  • Private rooms with a view
  • Private bathrooms with roll-in showers
  • Customized menu choices

  • Free WiFi
  • Outside therapy garden and walkway

Brain Injury Rehabilitation Certification

Rehabilitation Hospital Accreditation

Stroke Rehabilitation Certification

Featured Programs at our Frisco Hospital

We Have a Great Story to Tell

Inpatient Rehabilitation That's Outside The Box

We are always trying to improve our outcomes through evidence-based research and unique approaches to therapy. Our therapists strive to not only create an environment where you are excited about getting better, but where you are inspired to do things you never thought you could do.

Multiple TBI Survivor Uses Fitness in Rehab

Former Patient Turns Passion into Therapy


Frisco Facilities

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Frisco provides three levels of care in our rehabilitation continuum. In addition to our 44 inpatient beds, we have a multi-disciplined outpatient therapy center and one of our specialized Day Neuro Program clinics on-site. Learn about our Day Neuro Program.

 

 

 

Outpatient Clinic Location Details | Day Neuro Frisco Location Details

 

Our Continuum of Care

Multiple levels of care all under one roof. Our Frisco hospital provides patients convenient access to our continuum of care. If you need additional therapy following your inpatient stay, we're here to help.

 

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Following a life-changing injury or illness, inpatient rehabilitation can have a huge impact in maximizing your recovery. Our dedicated staff of physicians, nurses, therapists and aides work around the clock to help you maximize your recovery.

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Outpatient Therapy

We specialize in treating orthopedic injuries, sports injuries, neurological conditions and industrial medicine. Our licensed therapists utilize evidence-based therapy treatments and proven modalities to get you back to your life faster. Having an outpatient therapy center in the hospital makes transitioning from inpatient rehab to outpatient therapy seamless.

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Day Neuro Program

This program is for neuro patients who require a higher level of therapy, yet are still able to return home each night under the supervision of a caregiver. Our Day Neuro Program includes five and a half hours of therapy a day for several weeks.

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Support Groups

We’re Here for You. Our commitment to you goes beyond the walls of our hospitals and clinics. We provide former and current patients the support they need long after they are discharged. Many of these groups are organized by our dedicated staff and former patients who are now mentors.  

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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.

Inpatient FAQs

Looking for answers about inpatient rehabilitation? Search our Frequently Asked Questions.