Using an inpatient rehab program means staying in a facility for the rehabilitative therapy and care you need. This requires admission to a rehab program and staying there until treatment is complete. The length of your stay may be anywhere from a few days to a month or more because it depends upon your specific needs.
Above all, the patients from inpatient rehab get complete rehabilitative treatment. Lead by a physician from a well-organized, multi-disciplinary team of rehabilitative specialists.
You can expect to have access to in-house rehab equipment, facilities, and staff during your stay, allowing you to work approaching your rehabilitation goals between therapy sessions in a safe, supervised environment. In addition, you will have 24-hour medical monitoring and care, including pain management and wound care, if necessary. All meals and personal care will be provided, and many inpatient rehab facilities offer several amenities, including indoor pools and spas, internet access, and recreational facilities.