At the Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, we aim to restore function and help you maximize your quality of life. Whether that means managing pain, learning to walk, returning to work, or adjusting to life after illness, our team of experts works with you to design a custom treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.
Our Rehabilitation Programs
- Aquatic Therapy
- Back Pain and Neck Pain Rehabilitation
- Cancer Rehabilitation
- Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
- Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation
- Hand Therapy
- Lymphedema Therapy
- Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation
- Musculoskeletal Center
- Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Noninvasive Brain Stimulation
- Occupational Therapy for Mental Health
- Outpatient Intensive Post-Acute Rehabilitation
- Parkinson's Rehabilitation Program
- Pediatric Rehabilitation
- Pelvic Floor Therapy
- Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) Program
- Prosthesis and Orthosis Rehabilitation Program
- Rehabilitation for Golfers
- Rehabilitation for Performing Artists
- Running Program
- Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation
- Swallowing Rehabilitation and Swallow Studies
- Vestibular Therapy
- Wound Care
Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology
Our rehabilitation psychologists and neuropsychologists work alongside our rehabilitation physicians and therapists to help patients and families understand and manage physical, cognitive, behavioral and emotional problems related to living with or recovering from an injury or illness.
Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation
Our inpatient programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and staffed with experienced physicians, nurses and therapists to help you practice self-care before returning home.
Our inpatient rehab consult team assesses patients in inpatient units and acute care settings to recommend the right rehabilitation strategies.
Nurse Liaison Service
Our nurse liaisons are experienced professionals who help connect patients and their physicians with the right rehabilitation program at Johns Hopkins.
Renaissance Skilled Nursing Facility
The Renaissance Skilled Nusring Facility at Sibley Memorial Hospital serves as a bridge between acute care and unassisted living, providing patients with a focused and consistent level of support.