What We Do.
In an instant, a stroke, traumatic injury or disease diagnosis can turn your life upside down. You may wonder if your life will ever again be “normal” when faced with the unexpected loss of function, mobility or wellness. Activities you once took for granted may now seem challenging or impossible.
At Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation, our goal is to help you get your life back, and as quickly and comfortably as possible. When you insist on Siskin, you and your family gain a knowledgeable network of support professionals who work with you to overcome those challenges and help you discover life beyond disability.
I can care for your pets.
I can get back on track.
I can race again.
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Transition to practice with our Nurse Residency Program!Learn More
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Because of Siskin Hospital I Can Protect Chattanooga Again
In emergency situations, Jay knew what to do. His entire adulthood was spent protecting others when they needed it most. Yet in a split second, Jay became the one who needed the help. In April of 2022, Jay experienced a stroke. He was rushed to the hospital where he was…
Why Therapy Matters for Wellness
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A Chattanooga Triathlon Competitor From Colorado Finishes Her Race at Siskin Hospital
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Let’s Talk About Fear
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