Tour the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center

The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Reston Hospital Center is an 18 bed unit located on the 3rd floor of the main hospital. With 18 private rooms, the unit offers a variety of services to both patients and their families as they embark on their journey to a full recovery with the team at Reston Hospital Center.

This new unit is designed to be a safe and comfortable environment, providing the latest in rehabilitation equipment, new patient rooms and state of the art common areas, encouraging patients to work towards their recovery and getting back to their daily activities.

Depending on your treatment plan, your inpatient rehabilitation can include:

  • Physical therapy (physiotherapy)
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech language therapy
  • Certified rehabilitation nurse assistance
  • Case management

The Inpatient Rehabilitation Center offers an 18-bed unit located on the 3rd floor of the main hospital with all private rooms, each equipped with a walk-in shower, grab bars and adaptive equipment for toileting and grooming, including ADA sinks and toilets,

Our inpatient rehabilitation center gym is equipped with state of the art recovery equipment and we also offer private treatment rooms for those patients needing less stimulation during therapy.

Contact Us

If you believe that your or someone you know may benefit from any of our advanced physical therapy and rehabilitation programs are Reston Hospital Center, please call our Rehabilitation Admissions team at (703) 949-9650. We will have a staff member conduct a free evaluation to determine if our program is a good fit for your road to recovery.

Brain Injury Rehabilitation

The primary goal of the brain injury rehabilitation program is to help you regain as much function and achieve as much independence as possible. Your input and goals will determine the specific objectives of your program. Specific objectives may focus on:

  • Increasing strength and endurance
  • Improving cognitive and communication skills
  • Increasing skills required for activities of daily living (i.e. dressing, cooking and hygiene)
  • Improving mobility skills, including the ability to transfer from a wheelchair to a chair, bed or tub
  • Assisting you with any discharge needs that may be identified during your stay
  • Improving mobility skills, including the ability to transfer from a wheelchair to a chair, bed or tub

Brain injury rehabilitation usually focuses around relearning skills you may have lost because of the injury. Relearned skills are complemented by a daily plan of different activities to practice. Areas from which we will help you recover include, but are not limited to:

  • Paralysis
  • Impairment of memory or problem
  • Weakness solving skills
  • Coordination difficulties
  • Communication problems (aphasia)
  • Incontinence
  • Swallowing problems (dysphagia)
  • Self-care skills
  • Psychological/social issues
  • Problems with sensory loss

Neurological Rehabilitation

Our multidisciplinary team are here to assist you and will determine the specific objectives of your program. Specific objectives may focus on:

  • Optimizing ability to perform basic self-care tasks
  • Improving independence with bowel and bladder management
  • Increasing mobility skills, either walking and/or wheelchair use, depending on the type and level of injury
  • Increasing independence with moving from one surface to another (e.g. bed to wheelchair, wheelchair to toilet or chair to standing)
  • Increasing safety awareness
  • Improving swallowing techniques and the ability to consume meals safely
  • Increasing general strength, endurance and coordination
  • Improving communication through speech or a functional alternative
  • Improving problem solving, memory and other basic cognitive skills
  • Facilitating a smooth transition home or to the next level of care

The neurological diagnoses we treat include, but are not limited to:

  • Stroke
  • Spinal cord injuries (traumatic and non-traumatic)
  • Brain injuries and brain tumors
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Guillain-Barre disease/syndrome
  • ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
  • multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson's disease.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

At Reston Hospital Center, we provide effective pulmonary rehabilitation and care for individuals with acute and chronic lung conditions. Our team of pulmonologists and respiratory specialists will work with you to create a personalized care plan for your long-term health. We also prescribe effective medications and work with you to create and maintain an individual therapy program.

Some of our pulmonary care services include:

  • Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy
  • Bilevel positive airway pressure (BIPAP) therapy
  • Trilogy therapy
  • New oxygen weaning therapy
  • Sleep center diagnostics
  • Exercise training for patients
  • Advanced asthma treatments
  • Pulmonary function testing laboratory
  • Bronchoscopy diagnostic and treatment labs

Spinal Cord Injury and Rehabilitation

A spinal cord injury may initially require surgery, traction and medication. Rehabilitation therapy is often a critical part of regaining control, mobility and independence once injuries are stabilized. Individual goals and outcomes can vary, but overall goals may include:

  • Increasing strength and endurance
  • Improving range of motion
  • Providing skills to protect a patient from re-injury
  • Building skills required for daily living, such as dressing, cooking or hygiene
  • Improving mobility, including the ability to transfer from a wheelchair to a chair, bed, tub or car
  • Promoting independence with education and support services
  • Identifying any needs before leaving the hospital and making sure you and your family have the right support and resources

Our rehabilitation teams have specialized training and experience in the latest therapy techniques. Our team treats all levels of spinal cord injuries from the cervical to the lumber vertebrae, sacral nerve compression, as well as:

  • Spinal cord conditions such as spinal muscle atrophy, quadriplegia, paraplegia and spondylosis/stenosis
  • Recovery from spinal surgeries such as laminectomies, tumor removal and later effects of spinal cord injuries
  • Spinal viruses such as traverse myelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, encephalitis and polio
  • Congenital defects such as spinal bifida or cerebral palsy
  • A spinal cord injury can be devastating, but your commitment combined with our expertise, technology and experience can help you make the most of your capabilities, so you can work, play and enjoy life.