Your brain is extremely complex. When it’s damaged as a result of illness or injury, the damage can interfere with your ability to think and move. It can also cause behavioral changes that affect your emotions and personality. The rehabilitation teams at Sutter Roseville and Sutter Rehabilitation Institute use current, proven treatment methods to bring about the best outcomes for you.
If you’ve had a traumatic brain injury caused by an accident, fall, or blow to the head, the inpatient services at Sutter Rehabilitation Institute within the hospital are designed for you. SRI also works with patients who have experienced nontraumatic injuries, including teens and adults who have experienced brain bleeding or prolonged oxygen loss. Our Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and is the only accredited brain injury program in the region for adults and adolescents. We generally accept adolescents age 17 or older, but will consider those 15 to 17 on a case-by-case basis.
Many of our brain injury team members are certified brain injury specialists, as designated by the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists. Our dedicated team includes a rehabilitation physician, rehabilitation nurses, a neuropsychologist, social worker, case manager and physical, occupational, speech and recreation therapists.
We offer specialized one-on-one coaching as needed to ensure safety. We also offer advanced robotic rehabilitation technology with the ZeroG® body-weight support system. Our teams create an individualized treatment program just for you, capitalizing on your strengths and offering a safe environment for recovery.
Community Services and Follow-Up Clinic
Inpatient rehabilitation is only the first step of the rehabilitation journey. As needed, our team will refer you to follow-up services, home or community-based rehabilitation or outpatient therapies.
After you leave inpatient rehabilitation, you can also take part in the Follow-Up Clinic offered by Sutter Rehabilitation Institute doctors.
During Follow-Up Clinic days, a doctor, neuropsychologist or rehabilitation specialist can check on the progress of people who recently left the inpatient program. This clinic provides a continuum of care for our patients.
What to Expect
Learn more about what you can expect during your Institute stay:
- Our Facility
- Recovery Is All About You
- What to Expect During Your Stay
- Rehabilitation Treatment Goals
- Policies and Visitor Information
- What to Bring With You
- Education and Support
- Patient Outcome Data (PDF) English | Spanish
Becoming a Patient
To become a patient at Sutter Rehabilitation Institute, you must:
- Be at least 17 years old. Adolescents between 15 and 17 are considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Require frequent access to a rehabilitation physician, who will oversee your medical needs and functional plan of care.
- Require 24-hour rehabilitation nursing.
- Need at least two types of therapy.
- Be able to tolerate a relatively intense therapy program, consisting of at least three hours of therapy per day, five days a week. An individualized schedule will be created for you and will include frequent rest breaks throughout the day.
- Have the ability to achieve rehabilitation goals in a reasonable time period.