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Neurological and Orthopedic Rehabilitation in Southern California

Casa Colina Signature Programs & Services

Casa Colina has a 75-year history of developing and providing innovative care in Southern California. In particular, our signature programs are world-renown for addressing neurological and orthopedic conditions, and providing the medical and rehabilitation expertise and services needed for patients with:

Brain Injury
Stroke
Spinal Cord Injury
Orthopedic Injury & Disease

Through proven clinical pathways and various levels of care, each signature program concentrates on the individual needs of every patient. Casa Colina offers a complete continuum of care, which often begins with an inpatient stay at The Joint Commission-accredited Casa Colina Hospital. A physician-directed team of rehabilitation specialists works together to help foster optimal results with three hours of therapy, five days or more each week. And nurses with specialized training in rehabilitation provide patient care around the clock.

Upon being discharged from Casa Colina Hospital, some individuals may receive additional therapy at Casa Colina's Outpatient Center, while others may not be completely ready to return to their home and community settings and may require short-term residential care to further their rehabilitation. Casa Colina's CARF-accredited Transitional Living Center, located on campus directly across from the hospital, offers a setting where individuals from the Los Angeles County and beyond may benefit from six hours of individual and group therapy, six days a week. A day treatment program is also available.

And to make the journey to recovery easier for patients, there is housing available on a first come, first served basis for their families while they receive care at Casa Colina Hospital or the Transitional Living Center.

Some patients may continue to need additional therapy once they return home to foster greater independence. The Home and Community program offers private occupational therapy to help make the transition to home, school, and work environments go smoothly. Those who require more supervision may benefit from Casa Colina's Adult Day Health Care Center or long-term residential centers.

To learn more about Casa Colina's Signature Programs, please call 909/596-7733, ext. 3900 or toll-free 866/724-4127, ext. 3900.