Major Multiple Trauma
Siskin Hospital's Major Multiple Trauma Treatment Program
Major Multiple Trauma is one of the main causes of disability and requires a variety of rehabilitation treatment programs. Siskin Hospital's advanced state-of-the-art equipment and specially-trained staff can help patients meet their recovery goals, enabling the best recovery results possible.
Major Multiple Trauma is defined as having serious injuries to one or more of the following:
- Internal Organs
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Each patient is evaluated by a treatment team operating under the leadership of a physiatrist. Together with the family, professionals in the fields of rehabilitation nursing, speech-language pathology, clinical nutrition, psychology, vocational counseling, case management, as well as physical and occupational therapies work with the patient to achieve the best outcome possible.
One of the most important members of the treatment team is the family. The family is provided with training, professional support, education, and counseling. They are encouraged to work with the patient's treatment team to provide information about the patient's personality, lifestyle, and hopes.
Often, trauma patients benefit from Siskin Hospital's wide variety of rehabilitation programs and services, such as the Brain Injury Treatment Program, Spinal Cord Injury Program, Amputee Program, Orthopedic Services, and Wound Care Treatment.
The goals of the program are specific to each patient and injury, but overall are aimed at restoring, enhancing, and supporting the patient's maximum level of independence. Through Inpatient, SubAcute, Outpatient, and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs, Siskin Hospital offers comprehensive rehabilitation at every level of treatment, from initial therapy to returning the patient to the community, school, or work.
Often, truama patients benefit from Siskin Hospital's wide variety of programs and services, such as the Brain Injury Treatment Program, Spinal Cord Injury Program, Amputee Program, Orthopedic Services, and Wound Care Treatment.
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