Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Program

Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital's Outpatient Rehabilitation Program is a highly specialized, multidisciplinary rehabilitation program focused on neurologic injuries. The Program is appropriate for patients that have recently been discharged from inpatient/acute rehabilitation, patients who would benefit from intensive rehabilitation services, or patients with longstanding neurologic injuries who are in need of continued rehabilitation. An order from the physician providing care is needed to initiate therapy services.

Conditions We Treat

  • Difficulty walking or moving around
  • Frequent falls or difficulty with balance
  • Dizziness and/or vision changes
  • Difficulty completing daily living activities (e.g. grooming, bathing, dressing, cooking, shopping, etc.)
  • Difficulty in moving arms or hands
  • Swallowing difficulties
  • Difficulty expressing wants, needs, and/or ideas
  • Difficulty with attention, memory, and/or planning


Outpatient services are available 5 days per week, from 8:00am to 5:00pm and patients are scheduled according to the services they need. If multiple services are needed, we make every effort to schedule all services on the same day to avoid extra trips. For more information on our Outpatient Program, please contact us at (303) 363-5150.

Therapies and Services

We provide individualized programs which are medically prescribed. Services are provided in open gyms, private treatment areas, outdoor treatment spaces and other areas within the Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital campus.

Each patient receives an integrated, collaborative therapy plan that may include the following therapy disciplines:

Occupational Therapy

  • Daily living activities
  • Neurological rehab
  • Cognitive rehab
  • Therapeutic exercise

Physical Therapy

  • Balance and walking
  • Vestibular rehab
  • Neurological rehab
  • Range of motion
  • Therapeutic exercise

Speech Language Pathology

  • Swallowing
  • Expression of needs and ideas
  • Attention
  • Memory and planning