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HealthLink Outpatient Rehab Services

Whether you have received surgery or are experiencing an unforeseen pain, we at Baptist HealthLink pride ourselves in providing outstanding patient care during the recovery process. Our therapists are dedicated to health and wellbeing before, during, and after your therapy treatment. It’s a place that can help you get healthy and teach you how to stay that way.


Rehabilitation

HealthLink Rehab Treatment

At Baptist HealthLink, we have a variety of specialty services that can help you get back to your daily routine and deal with the challenges you may be experiencing. We offer physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, including specialized care for orthopedics, vestibular dysfunctions, cardiac care, women’s and men’s pelvic health, hand therapy, post stroke care and much more.

The HealthLink Difference

  • A results-driven plan of care created by the doctor and patient
  • A staff of licensed physical therapists and rehab specialists
  • 48-hour new patient evaluations
  • Accepts more types of insurance than any other facility in San Antonio

  • 98% percent of HealthLink patients met or exceeded their therapy goals

  • 99% would recommend HealthLink to family and friends.
  • To refer a patient or schedule an appointment at HealthLink, call (210) 297-9907.

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    Baptist Rehab Education Academy (BREA)

    • “It’s not just that the patient gets physical therapy,” says Kim Thornton, certified speech pathologist at Baptist. “They also get psychological support.”

      “We get a lot of positive feedback from our patients and the best thing is when they come back to visit us,” says Kim.

    • “They come walking in, and they’re talking and some of them are even driving again and doing a lot of the things they did before they got sick. And we feel like we’re a big part of that.”

      “The patient does most of the work, but we’re a big part of them regaining their independence.”

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