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Rehabilitation gives you physical therapy and support when you need it most
Recovering from a serious illness or injury such as a concussion or stroke calls for a serious personal commitment. You can rely on the rehabilitation specialists at Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center to offer the support and care you need as you work toward your wellness goals.
If you come into our hospital during a medical emergency, you may receive physical, occupational or speech therapy in addition to services that address your urgent healthcare needs. When you are healthy enough to safely return home, your providers will continue to support you. Your doctor may recommend outpatient services at a nearby Novant Health rehabilitation center. These programs can help you get back to your routine after a hip or joint replacement, surgery or sports injury.
Your immediate medical concerns are our priority when you arrive at our hospital with an urgent condition. Once you are out of danger, your care team can focus on offering physical, occupational or speech therapy services. With the right type of care, you can begin to address physical symptoms your illness might have caused. Rehabilitation services also can be valuable after surgery, whether planned or unplanned.
After you are able to return home, your providers may recommend outpatient rehabilitation services to help you continue your recovery. You can visit Novant Health Rehabilitation Center – Shallotte during the day and work at your own pace. The outpatient center is located just 10 minutes from the Brunswick Medical Center campus.
Your care team can provide rehabilitation services for a range of conditions, including:
- Sports-related injuries
- Weakness or pain that limits your ability to move
- Weakness after a stroke or other illness, joint replacement, spinal fusion or other surgery
- Back or neck pain
- Problems with speaking, eating or swallowing
- Balance problems that could lead to falling
- Difficult concentrating or headaches after a concussion
- Dizziness (vestibular disorders)
- Muscle pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome