About Our Hospital

Central Texas Rehabilitation Hospital specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Our team of rehabilitation experts develops an individualized treatment plan for each patient and their family to maximize recovery and return to home. We have daily coverage and access to emergency care, specialty physicians, imaging, lab, surgery services to take care of any medical situation which may arise in the course of recovery.

Central Texas Rehabilitation Hospital

700 West 45th St
Austin, TX 78751
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Types of Care

When you are referred to one of our hospitals, our team of skilled professionals will provide specialized care to address all of your complex medical needs. Your physician-led care team will visit daily to review and assess your condition so you can recover to the fullest extent possible.

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Healing, Learning, and Teaching All Part of Dr. Siva's Work

Healing, Learning and Teaching All Part of Dr. Siva’s Work

Patients will tell you Sivaprasad Parnam, or “Dr. Siva” as they call him, is an expert clinician, motivator and listener who will successfully push you to achieve your recovery goals. Learn how physical therapist Dr. Siva helps our patients make the most of their time in rehabilitation.
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Your Complete Checklist to Prepare for Doctor’s Visits

Your Complete Checklist to Prepare for Doctor’s Visits

If you are living with one or more chronic conditions, it can seem like your calendar is full of doctor’s appointments. Try these tips to make the most of each visit by good preparation, being thorough during your visit and how to have a good follow-up plan.
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Everything You Need to Know for Safe Oxygen Therapy

Everything You Need to Know for Safe Oxygen Therapy

Using prescribed oxygen can help you avoid shortness of breath, improve sleep and mental alertness, and help you to be more active when you are living with a chronic health condition like COPD, emphysema or lung disease. Follow these important safety tips to prevent hazards like fire when using…
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29 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

29 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can raise your risk of heart attack, stroke and heart failure, but controlling blood pressure can reduce your risk of these problems. Know your blood pressure, remember to check it regularly and use these helpful tips to stay in a healthy range.
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