Sharp's rehabilitation and physical therapy services treat balance disorders, brain and spinal cord injuries, stroke victims and more.
Sharp HealthCare has been a leading provider of rehabilitation and physical therapy services for more than 50 years. Our goal is to address catastrophic injury with a team approach to wellness to to restore functionality, relieve pain and discomfort and strengthen the body to reacclimate to everyday life.
Why Choose Sharp's Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services?
- Sharp holds a national reputation for helping brain injury patients reach their fullest potential at home, at school, at work and in the community
- Sharp Memorial Rehabilitation Center and Sharp Grossmont Rehabilitation Center were the first two rehabilitation centers in California to be accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) for the stroke specialty program and both are also CARF accredited for the brain injury program
- Sharp's San Diego-based rehabilitation program encapsulates a variety of support services, such as driving education, peer support programs and recreation programs with specialized therapists
Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy Programs and Services
We offer a wide range of rehabilitation and physical therapy services, including:
Conditions We Treat With Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy
Sharp treats numerous rehabilitation and physical therapy needs, including:
Locations of Rehabilitation Services in San Diego
Sharp offer a wide range of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation and physical therapy services at its acute-care hospitals and sports medicine centers:
Rehabilitation Patient Stories
||Victor was in a coma for three months after suffering from bilateral pneumonia and acute respiratory distress syndrome. Learn how he regained his mobility and got a second chance at life. Read patient stories by Victor and others now.
Find a Physical Therapy Doctor
To find a Sharp-affiliated doctor, search for a San Diego physical therapy doctor
or call 1-800-82-SHARP (1-800-827-4277), Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm.
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