◆ Convalescent Rehabilitation Ward Guide

Our priority is for patients to live fruitful lives in the community, and the convalescent rehabilitation ward is a rehabilitation ward that helps patients return to their homes and society through recovery of their physical functions. Our medical care aims to improve patients’ physical and mental condition, in order to send them back home to an active life within their communities.
In addition, we work with local welfare facilities, including Subaru group related facilities, to ensure that patients can continue their lives smoothly after being discharged.
The convalescent rehabilitation ward is a ward that conducts intensive rehabilitation for patients who have undergone treatment and surgery, such as acute onset stroke and fractures, and whose symptoms have been stabilized to some extent.

We aim to restore patients' functions and to return them home by cooperating with a full spectrum of professions.


  • Physicians, nurses, therapists, nutritionists, pharmacists, and social workers engage in meetings and act as a team.

  • We provide physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, if necessary.

  • We provide not only functional physical and mental rehabilitation, but also rehabilitation for daily life.

  • A house visit by a therapist is provided to confirm the living environment.

  • To coordinate the services necessary for life after discharge, we cooperate with all the relevant agencies.

ー Meetings ー

We try to talk about everything concerning our patients. Meetings are held by doctors, nurses and therapists. If necessary, the local staff of our institutional partners are also involved to determine future goals and policies. Each staff member works to maintain and improve the quality of life of their patients.

The Process from Hospitalization to Discharge


We contact the medical institution where the patient is hospitalized and gather all the necessary information.

We have an interview with the family

(this is not a medical treatment appointment).

After consultation with each relevant department at the in-hospital decision meeting, we will decide whether or not the patient should be admitted.

We will contact you on the day of admission and we are flexible with admission schedules depending on the patient and their family. 

Medical condition in the convalescence rehabilitation ward Average hospitalization period

Maximum number of days of hospitalization

Cerebrovascular disease, spinal cord injury, head trauma, After shunt surgery for cerebrovascular disease, spinal cord injury, head trauma, subarachnoid hemorrhage, brain tumor, encephalitis, acute encephalopathy, myelitis, multiple neuritis, multiple sclerosis, arm plexus injury, etc. after or after surgery
(Within 2 months after onset or after surgery)
A condition requiring prosthetic training.
Three months

150 days

A multi-site trauma involving severe cerebrovascular disorders, severe cervical spinal cord injury and head trauma with higher brain dysfunction. Three months

180 days

Femoral, pelvic, spine, hip or knee joint or after the onset of multiple fractures or two limbs or post-operative conditions.
(Within 2 months after onset or surgery)
Two months

90 days

It has a disuse syndrome due to the rest of the treatment, such as surgery or pneumonia, after surgery or after the onset of the condition.
(Within 2 months after surgery or onset)
One month

90 days

Nerve, muscle or ligament damage in the femur, pelvis, spine, hip or knee joint.
(Within one month after damage)
One month

90 days

After replacement of hip or knee joint.
(Within one month after surgery)
One month

90 days


Year-round rehabilitation

First conference on what is needed to leave hospital early after hospitalization

Intensive training by therapists
The ward conducts rehabilitation for daily life.

A service representative meeting is held before leaving the hospital.


 Patients are returned home or as close to their former home as possible.

After patients return home, we can help them through our experienced home support and cooperation with local physicians, institutions, and facilities. We have cultivated relationships with many community institutions over many years.

Home support

  • Kagayaki Visiting Nursing Station
  • Home nursing care support offices

Welfare facilitiest

  • Welfare facilities
  • Special Nursing Home Sun West
  • Sun West Day Service Center
  • Sun West Helper Station
  • Sun West Elderly Support Center
  • Miwa Kita-Onohira Senior Citizen Support Center
  • Care House Strain PIA
  • Strain PIA Day Service Center
  • Strain PIA Small multi-function home