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Welcome to the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center

Our Programs

No matter your rehabilitation needs, Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of services.

Stroke

Our holistic approach to treatment helps you or your loved one rediscover a productive lifestyle after stroke.

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Spinal Cord Injury

Our treatment plans assist those disabled by spinal injury to rediscover functional independence.

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Brain Injury

Our program provides services to persons with brain injuries and helps them enjoy the highest quality of life.

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Amputees

The amputee program provides education focused on topics ranging from pain management to positioning needs.

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Cancer

We help patients maximize their abilities and lessen common complications after cancer treatment.

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Outpatient Services

Our outpatient clinics  return patients to independence in their home and community.

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General Rehabilitation

This program helps patients regain strength, mobility, and endurance as they return to an independent life.

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Orthopedics

We are dedicated to helping restore abilities after joint replacement surgery and extremity injuries.

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Pediatrics

We provide comprehensive treatment for your child after a debilitating injury or extended illness.

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CARF accreditation seal

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.


Community Programs

In order to enrich the lives of our patients and their families, Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center participates in many events throughout the East Tennessee community.

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A dementia study has led researchers to a brain region that processes spoken, not written, words. Read more: library.covenanthealth.com/Library/News/Headlines/6,744206 ... See MoreSee Less

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Fort Sanders Regional’s Patient and Family Partnership Council is looking for new members! The Council is currently accepting applications. If you are interested in providing your perspective on patient care, hospital operations and other matters, follow the link to complete our online application form: www.fsregional.com/application/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Renovation Update: Our updated rehabilitation apartment has several adaptable features including easy-turn faucets, drop-down kitchen cabinetry and grab bars. We can't wait for our first patient to stay here! ... See MoreSee Less

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April is Occupational Therapy Month and we're celebrating at PNRC! Our OT's help our patients life fuller lives by providing them with the tools to perform daily activities. Learn more about our occupational therapy program here: www.patneal.org/occupationaltherapy/ ... See MoreSee Less

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About the Center

Click here to learn more about the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center or to view the virtual tour.

Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center News


  • Irwin says it was exciting to treat the very first patients in 1978, but being at PNRC in 2018...

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  • Thanks to his speech pathologist at Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center, Jim Dallery was diagnosed with a rare traumatic brain...

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    For more than 40 years, Patrica Neal Rehabilitation Center has been helping patients restore their abilities and rebuild their...

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  • PNRC's Innovation Recreation Cooperative supports handcyclists preparing for Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon

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  • We are proud to welcome physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, known as physiatrists, Brandon Fisher, DO and Eric Hartman,...

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  • Nurse Nicole Burton was surprised to learn that she had rhabdomyolysis, a rare muscle-wasting syndrome. But after inpatient and...

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  • A 12-year-old boy from Blount County continues a slow and steady recovery after suffering a stroke in September 2017....

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  • John Nehls says he would give up all he owns to walk again, but he knows that’s not going to happen. Both of his legs have been paralyzed since September 2014, the day his daily 50-mile bike ride ended in a horrific collision with a parked truck. He later found respite as a volunteer with PNRC’s peer mentor program.

    Volunteer John Nehls says he would give up all he owns to walk again, but he knows that’s not...

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