Brain Injury Program
Brain Injury Program
St. Luke’s is dedicated to helping every patient return to their community healthy, strong and with a renewed spark for life. As the only Level I Trauma rehabilitation hospital in the Inland Northwest, we’ve been helping brain injury patients regain their fullest lives for more than two decades.
No two brain traumas are alike, which is why our interdisciplinary team works closely with every patient to help them achieve their best outcomes. St. Luke’s therapy program increases patient quality of life and prepares them to return to their lives as quickly and seamlessly as possible. Our outcomes speak to our excellence and to the perseverance of our amazing patients: We regularly discharge more patients to their homes than the national average for rehab facilities.
Although the causes of brain injuries may vary, our quality of care is constant. Our hallmarks include:
- Patient-centered model of care
- Deep respect for the wants and desires of our patients
- Recognition of our patients’ individuality
- Tailored treatment to achieve unique goals
- A safe and secure care setting
- Low-stimulation environment to aid in healing
- Access to ongoing support groups for brain injury survivors
The most common conditions St. Luke's treats for patients with a brain injury are:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Brain tumors
- Sports injuries
- Gunshot wounds
- Brain cell death due to low oxygen of the brain
St. Luke's wants to help patients throughout their stay and after. We offer a brain injury support group every fourth Tuesday of the month from 3-4 p.m. Join us in a support group focused on injury adjustment, connection to community resources and meeting other survivors of brain injury. To learn more, call 509-473-6681.
St. Luke’s also offers a support group for patients who have suffered a brain injury through the Washington Brain Injury Association Spokane Chapter. For more information about our support groups and to sign up, visit our Support Services page or call 509-838-9348.