Dr. Charles H. Weingarten Adaptive Sports & Recreation Program
The Dr. Charles H. Weingarten Adaptive Sports & Recreation Program provides Spaulding patients, former patients and disabled members of the community to experience a range of therapeutic recreational activities.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the largest inpatient rehabilitation facilities in the United States and has been consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals Issue each year since 1995.
Spaulding Hospital Boston
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is the official teaching hospital of the Harvard Medical School Department of Physicial Medical and Rehabilitation.
Lobby of Spaulding Boston
At Spaulding Hospital Boston, our clinical outcomes, which are measured by national industry standards, exceed regional and national averages.
Outpatient Therapy Gym
In each of our rehabilitation programs, our therapists work as a team to address your unique needs.
Inpatient Therapy Gym
Like each of the gyms at Spaulding Boston, the 9th floor gym is specially designed for patients with spinal cord injuries and houses speciality equipment to help their recovery.
Most patients have a semi-private room equipped with a television and a telephone, each with its own fully accessible bathroom, including shower.
Our on-site rehabilitative specialists work as a team to address your unique needs, constantly adapting and fine-tuning therapies as patients function improves.
Charles River Cafe
The light and spacious cafeteria at Spaulding Boston is open to friends and family throughout the day.
Charles River Cafe
Having a restaurant-like cafeteria inside the hospital helps patients and families feel comfortable and enhances the rehabilitation experience.
Boston Bruins Pediatric Therapeutic Gymnasium
The Boston Bruins Pediatric Therapeutic Gymnasium helps our smallest patients regain strength and function, returning to being children.
The Lokomat is the first driven gait robotic device that assists walking movements of walking-impaired patients. It is used to improve mobility following stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis or other neurological diseases and injuries.
Functional Living Space
Our Functional Living Space allows patients to experience life outside the hospital setting. They are able to live indepentenly within the hospital to learn the skills they need to better prepare themselves for discharge.