Whether you’re recovering from a traumatic accident, a sports injury or anything in between, our outpatient rehabilitation offers what few can—a personalized experience with specialists who empower you throughout your recovery. Our therapy and clinical teams are highly trained with credentials including board certifications, residencies, fellowships and more.
Brooks has outpatient clinics spanning across Northeast Florida, Daytona, Orlando and Tampa. Our outpatient services include physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language therapy.
Outpatient Therapy Specialties
- Neurological — Our state-of-the-art Neuro Recovery Centers offer access to specialized equipment for customized rehabilitation. The gyms are designed to allow patients to continue ongoing exercise regimens and conditioning programs to maintain and improve functional ability and movement.
- Geriatrics — Geriatric care includes services such as home care, memory care, fall prevention, mobile therapy and more.
- Women’s health — The Brooks Rehabilitation Women’s Health Program is a regional leader in the examination, evaluation and treatment of women’s health and pelvic health issues such as urinary incontinence, bowel disorders, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse and more.
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Examples of injuries and conditions our experts treat include, but are not limited to:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Brain injuries
- Sports injuries
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Hand therapy
- Mobility and Gait disorders
- Developmental disability
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down’s Syndrome
- Articulation disorders
- Swallowing disorders
- Feeding difficulties
Brain Injury Clubhouse
In addition to home care, adaptive wellness and other outpatient therapy services, Brooks Rehabilitation operates the Brain Injury Clubhouse, the first and only acquired brain injury (ABI) center of its kind in the state of Florida. The full-day program offers members a chance to have their the long-term recovery needs met. It is designed for individuals who have experienced an acquired neurological/brain injury and expands the system of care provided by Brooks Rehabilitation. Its goal is to serve as a bridge to community and vocational re-integration.
Florida’s Direct Access law
In Florida, by law, patients can see their physical therapist for 30 days without a physician’s referral. This is intended to allow patients to begin physical therapy sooner in order to expedite recovery. Please watch the following brief video for more information about the direct access law in Florida.