Conditions We Treat at the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute

The UPMC Rehabilitation Institute offers specialized, accredited inpatient rehab programs for a wide array of injuries and conditions.
 
As part of the largest network of rehabilitation services in western Pennsylvania, our patients have access to exclusive research, clinical trials, state-of-the-art technology, and comprehensive services.
 
Condition Treatment
Physician-directed, comprehensive, research-based treatments in our dedicated 18-bed brain injury unit at UPMC Mercy.
Dedicated 20-bed spinal cord injury unit at UPMC Mercy exclusively for spinal cord injury patients and their families.
Multidisciplinary treatment plans focused on healing after a stroke.
Treatment focuses on patient empowerment for improving strength and mobility.
Collaborative treatments aimed to speed recovery and restore mobility.
A continuum of care for solid organ transplant recipients who have severe weakness, walking problems, or neurological conditions that are hindering recovery after transplant surgery.
 

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