Neurorehabilitation

Medical Reviewer: Katy Bowen, PT, DPT, NCS
Last Updated: July 12, 2021

What is neurological rehabilitation?

Neurologic rehabilitation helps individuals regain their mobility and independence following a neurologic injury or neurologic diagnosis. Individuals with various neurologic disorders that affect cognition, speech, mobility, and/or overall independence will benefit from neurologic rehabilitation.

What conditions are treated through neurological rehab?

We specialize in treating patients with various neurologic diagnoses such as;

What is involved in treatment?

We work collaboratively with patients and families to develop individualized plans to meet the needs of our patients, wherever they are in the recovery process. We provide access to a variety of equipment best supported by current research to facilitate recovery, including but not limited to electrical stimulation for neuromuscular re-education, harness systems, balance training, and biofeedback devices for dysphagia treatment.

In addition to our rehabilitation teams, our Outpatient Division has a variety of resources aimed to facilitate recovery and promote independence, including the Aphasia Center, Research Department, and Motion Analysis Lab. We also offer Independent Wellness programs at our Neuro Recovery Centers and local YMCA’s to further optimize functional independence, community re-integration, and management of our patients overall health.

Our team of experts

Our outpatient facilities are staffed with physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech therapists that have completed extensive training, residency programs, and board certifications in the field of neurologic rehabilitation.

Medical Reviewer

Katy Bowen, PT, DPT, NCS

Outpatient Neurologic Physical Therapist, Outpatient Neurologic Program Coordinator
Katy Bowen is a Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist. Additionally, she serves as the Outpatient Neurologic Program Coordinator at Brooks Rehabilitation.
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