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How long does stroke rehabilitation usually last?
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Dr. Keith Rafal
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: It all depends on th
It all depends on the type and severity of the stroke.
In general if someone requires inpatient acute rehab we are looking at a stay from 10 days to 3 week admission(again this needs to be individualized). After this admission, patients usually require additional therapy either in the home or on an outpatient basis.

In brief: It all depends on th
It all depends on the type and severity of the stroke.
In general if someone requires inpatient acute rehab we are looking at a stay from 10 days to 3 week admission(again this needs to be individualized). After this admission, patients usually require additional therapy either in the home or on an outpatient basis.
Dr. Keith Rafal
Dr. Keith Rafal
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Dr. Douglas Chang
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
In brief: Depends
Acute rehab usually takes about 2 weeks, recovery continues over the months.
Exact timing depends on the severity of the stroke.

In brief: Depends
Acute rehab usually takes about 2 weeks, recovery continues over the months.
Exact timing depends on the severity of the stroke.
Dr. Douglas Chang
Dr. Douglas Chang
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