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The University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine has an international reputation for excellence in patient care. Our team of physicians and healthcare providers maintains the highest standards of patient-centered care by developing individual rehabilitation plans for every patient. This comprehensive approach to care addresses all of the needs of our patients and their families.

Because we recognize that the support and encouragement of loved ones is vital to our patient's successful recovery, our patient care teams make every effort to include family and friends in all aspects of the rehabilitation journey.

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Featured Patient Care Article

Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) & Depression

Depression is a common illness that can affect anyone. About 1 in 20 Americans (over 11 million people) get depressed every year. Depression is even more common in the spinal cord injury (SCI) population-about 1 in 5 people.

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Featured Patient Story

Stacy Rosevear

Stacy RosevearFollowing a massive stroke at age 27, Stacy Rosevear found herself paralyzed. A ventilator helped her breathe and she was fed through a tube. She was scared, but thankfully not alone.
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