Outpatient rehabilitation is a key component of recovery for those with injuries or conditions that affect mobility, function or speech. At The University of Kansas Health System, we offer a complete range of outpatient rehabilitation services. Our programs provide comprehensive, compassionate and customized care to help you reach your goals.
For additional information about locations and conditions treated, visit our locations page. The University of Kansas Health System provides comprehensive rehabilitation services for people in Kansas City, Overland Park and the surrounding areas.
Who needs outpatient rehabilitation?
Our outpatient rehabilitation program offers short-term and long-term services. Some patients who participate in outpatient rehabilitation have completed inpatient rehab and have left the hospital after an illness or injury. Others are home, but want to improve their mobility, ease pain or avoid surgery.
An unexpected journey
A hemorrhagic stroke nearly took Heather Holiman's life. Neurorehabilitation specialists helped her take it back. Intense physical, occupational and speech therapy combined with family support and her own determination yielded impressive progress.
Why choose us for rehabilitation?
At The University of Kansas Health System, our skilled therapists provide the newest treatments and technology to ensure optimal outcomes. We offer outpatient rehabilitation services in the Kansas City area to treat a broad range of conditions.
What to expect
Our experts work closely with patients to develop personalized rehabilitation programs to meet each person's individual needs. We coordinate care with primary doctors and specialists to help patients achieve optimal outcomes as quickly and safely as possible so they can return to their normal daily activities.
Some of our outpatient rehabilitation services include:
- Physical therapy for people of all ages and a wide array of conditions, including orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries, with a focus on reducing pain, improving function and restoring independence.
- Occupational therapy to help patients safely return to their regular activities of daily living. Our teams also partner with cancer specialists to treat and prevent lymphedema, a common condition in cancer patients.
- Speech and language therapy to help patients suffering from conditions that may affect swallowing, communication and thinking.