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Managing your health can help you reduce and prevent the risk of recurrent strokes. We can help.
Stroke treatment within the first 3 hours is critical. St. Bernardine Medical Center's stroke program has been certified by the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association. Our neurosurgeons, neurologists and other health care providers are experts in their field offering care for stroke and other neurological conditions.
Face: Does their face droop or feel numb? Ask them to smile.
Arms: Does one arm feel weak or numb? Ask them to raise their arm.
Speech: Slurring or difficulty speaking? Ask them to repeat a phrase.
Time: Even if the symptoms seem to get better, call 911.
At St. Bernardine Medical Center, our goal is to assess your unique condition so we can then discover whether or not you need surgery. Sometimes surgery isn't the only option to return you to activity. Physical therapy and occupational therapy provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of patients with orthopedic, neurological, muscular/skeletal impairments, cardiopulmonary and complex medical conditions. Learn More