Kenneth Ngo, MD

Medical Director of Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital, Medical Director of the Brain Injury Program

Dr. Ngo came to Brooks from Wisconsin, where he completed his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He received his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and completed his internship at the Michigan State University. His bachelor’s degree is in biomechanical engineering, which he believes provided him with a foundation for excellent problem-solving skills and teamwork. He is Board-Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, with subspecialty board certification in Brain Injury Medicine and has been at Brooks Rehabilitation since 2010.

Dr. Ngo provides care for patients with complex, catastrophic neurological and other brain injuries, both inpatient and outpatient through the entire continuum of brain injury rehabilitation. In addition, Dr. Ngo directs the Comprehensive Spasticity Management Program and utilizes the latest technology and treatment options, such as botulinum toxins (Botox) and intrathecal baclofen pumps, to improve patient function. He has a passion for teaching as well as research interests in the areas of brain injury medicine and spasticity management. Dr. Ngo is also on the board of directors for ThinkFirst, the national injury prevention foundation.

In his free time, Dr. Ngo enjoys traveling, cooking, and photography, but most of all, he enjoys time with his family and friends, especially his two adorable children, Madison & Kai. He is also an avid Packers and Badgers fan!