At HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood, we are committed to helping our patients regain functional abilities and independence following surgery, injury or illness. We offer personalized physical, occupational and speech language therapy on an inpatient basis.

In collaboration with our hospital's Comprehensive Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center and designated Blue Distinction Center for knee and hip replacement, we also offer specialty rehabilitation programs that use a combination of therapies to support recovery from chronic health conditions. This includes neurological disorders such as stroke and brain injury, cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease and joint replacement surgery.

Using the latest techniques and technologies, our team of highly-skilled physicians, rehabilitation nurses, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, wound care specialists, nutritionists, case managers and others work together to provide coordinated, compassionate care to every patient that walks through our doors.

Kingwood physical therapy and rehabilitation services

As a hospital-based program, we provide inpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation services for those in need of more intensive treatment and around-the-clock care following surgery, injury or illness.

We specialize in treating a wide range of conditions, including:

Each patient receives one-on-one therapy sessions that range from 30 minutes to an hour per day. As part of our comprehensive services, our patients also have access to supportive care and resources such as dietary assistance and pastoral support.

Referral is required for inpatient therapy and rehabilitation. We accept referrals from physicians, social workers, case managers and other healthcare providers. To refer a patient, healthcare providers may call (281) 348-8163.

Physical therapy and rehabilitation at HCA Houston Healthcare

Rehabilitation refers to the process of helping a patient recover from a serious injury or illness. Patients often have to regain strength and learn new ways of completing normal, daily activities. Physical therapy, a branch of rehabilitation, focuses on building strength and mobility after disease, injury or surgery.

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