Assistive Technology Services
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
Cancer Rehabilitation Program
Admissions at Dodd Hall
How can you access outpatient rehabilitative care:
- Ask your physician for a referral or a prescription for therapy. (Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy)
- Choose one of our 3 convenient outpatient rehabilitation facilities (shown below).
- Call 614-293-4523 for any questions or assistance.
- Admission Criteria for Outpatient Therapy is:
- You have had an illness, injury, or recurrence of a disease process that has impacted your function
- You are Medically and Neurologically stable
- You are Able to actively participate in therapy sessions
- If you require mechanical ventilator assistance then you must have an identified caregiver available at all times during appointments. Your caregiver is responsible for providing any support and managing all aspects of the ventilator.
- Discharge Criteria for Outpatient Therapy is:
- Your condition has become medically unstable
- You present with contraindications to the delivery of therapy, and/or warrant referral to another health care provider.
- Demonstrate no or poor potential for further improvement with utilization of a therapy regimen.
- All subjective, objective, and/or functional goals, as set at initial admission/evaluation, have been achieved. This may include demonstration of independence with continued home exercise program.
- Requests or agree to termination of therapy services.
- Discontinues attending therapy appointments.
- Any other variable(s), including behavior or compliance, deemed by the treating clinician and/or supervisory staff that prohibit continuation of care.
Conditions treated at OSUWMC Outpatient Rehabilitation (this is not an all-inclusive list)
- Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Concussion/Post Concussive Syndrome
- Parkinson’s Disease
- NeuroMuscular Diseases
- Cerebral Palsy
- Guillian Barre
- Transverse Myelitis
- Cancer related conditions
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Fall Prevention
- Muscle and joint disease
- Orthopedic surgery
- Pre-surgery or “pre-hab”
- Post surgery
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Reconstructive joint surgery
- Spine pain in the neck and back
- Sprains and Strains
- Vision therapy
- Women’s/Men’s Health issues
- Urinary incontinence
- Pelvic Pain
- Abdominal Pain
- Prostate Pain
- Obstetrical Dysfunction
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Bowell Dysfunction
- Vestibular disorders
- Cervicogenic Disorders
Specializations & Certifications
Specializations & Certifications
The care team at Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Services holds a variety of specializations and certifications. These prestigious honors demonstrate our team members’ level of expertise and commitment to excellence in the care of our rehabilitation patients.
At Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Services, your care team will be formed from these experts to work with you and your family. Together, you and your team will create and implement a treatment plan that helps you reach your highest potential and level of independence.
Our rehabilitation experts come together from many disciplines to meet your needs: physical medicine, neurology, physical and occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and more than 60 other areas.
Quality & Outcomes
Quality & Outcomes
Helping you achieve your highest level of health and function is our goal at Ohio State’s Rehabilitation Services. Our team sets personalized goals for each patient and creates a treatment plan unique to your needs.
As we strive to provide you with the best possible care, Ohio State’s Rehabilitation Services measures key indicators that show our patients’ satisfaction and level of improvement.
Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Services measures are compared to national standards, such as the discharge to home rate and Functional Independence Measures (FIM™). FIM evaluates improvement in activities of daily living, such as self-care, mobility and communication.
Several Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs at Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Services and Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF recognized The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Rehabilitation Services as meeting the highest standards in quality, safety and outcome measures, which provide risk-reduction and accountability in our patient care.
Ohio State’s program is distinguished as:
- First in Ohio, second in the nation, third in the world to be awarded CARF accreditation for our inpatient cancer rehabilitation program
- First in Ohio and third in the country to be awarded CARF accrditation for our inpatient stroke program
- First accredited brain injury program in the state
- One of 16 centers in the country with a model program for treatment and research of rehabilitation following brain injury, the Ohio Regional Traumatic Brain Injury Model System
Our Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs that are CARF-accredited include:
- Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
- Spinal Cord Injury System of Care
- Stroke Specialty Program
- Cancer Rehabilitation Program
- Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Program (Adults)
The Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs that are CARF-accredited include:
- Interdisciplinary Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs (Adults)
- Brain Injury Specialty Program (Adults)
- Spinal Cord System of Care (Adults)
Founded in 1966, CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services organizations. CARF accreditation is an important way for patients to identify quality treatment for rehabilitation and other health and human services. By choosing our CARF-accredited program you are assured that we have been surveyed and passed a rigorous on-site inspection by CARF.
Learn more about CARF.
Ohio State's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation conducts rehabilitation research on topics that are highly relevant to the lives of the patients we serve. We constantly strive to improve our rehabilitation methods by developing and evaluating new assessment tools and interventions.
Feedback from patients and the Ohio Valley Center Advisory Council is used to direct our research efforts to areas considered to be most important by our consumers. To this end, the department has developed lines of research targeting traumatic brain injury and motion disorders.