Valley Medical Center Stroke Rehabilitation service is a multidisciplinary team of professionals who specialize in the
assessment and treatment of stroke survivors. They allow patients to resume
their everyday activities in the least restrictive environment possible and maximize their
Our team includes the following professionals:
Medicine Physician - Our provider has experience in stroke
rehabilitation and provides medical assessment and a
comprehensive and coordinated care plan for the patient's best recovery.
Therapy helps a stroke survivor regain strength, range of motion, safe
mobility and reduction of pain. The therapist will provide a home program
and/or mobility aids to ensure patient safety at home.
Therapy helps a
stroke survivor improve their self-care skills.
This includes everything from feeding, bathing, dressing to higher level
functional skills such
as preparing simple meals and time management skills.
Speech-Language Pathology helps a
stroke survivor improve their swallowing, cognitive and basic language skills.
For patients with muscle paralysis to the face, mouth, or neck, eating can be
unsafe and communication difficult. The Speech-Language
Pathologist can assess the patient to make
can swallow safely.
For information about
Rehabilitation Services contact 425-690-3650.
Center is host to the most active Stroke Club in the Puget Sound region. Stroke
survivors and caregivers are invited to attend to share their experiences, make
supportive friends and learn new skills. The Stroke Club meets monthly at Valley Medical
Center's Medical Arts Center. View the Stroke Club schedule with meeting dates and times and location information.
For information about stroke and stroke rehabilitation,
call Valley Medical Center's Stroke Services Clinic at 425-656-4266