At a Glance: Our Neuro-Rehabilitation Center
Recovering from a brain tumor, traumatic brain injury, stroke, or spinal cord injury is nothing short of daunting. This is why our highly skilled neuro-rehabilitation team at Barrow commits to helping you or your loved one return to life with a renewed sense of self-esteem and newfound independence—no matter what.
Equipped with the latest in neuro-rehabilitation technology, our Neuro-Rehabilitation Center provides a full spectrum of care, including medically managed inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, work and school re-entry programs, support groups, and more. Through it all, our physician-led team holds steadfast to the promise to maximize your quality of life.
The Barrow Difference
Beyond exhaustive rehabilitative care, we understand your journey doesn’t end when your neuro-rehabilitation is complete. Experiencing a neurological injury often means adapting to a new normal—which is why we also offer a peer mentorship program, support groups, and adaptive recreation opportunities.
In an average year, our Neuro-Rehabilitation Center admits more than 660 patients; about 38 percent of those patients have brain injuries, 36 percent stroke, and 26 percent spinal injuries. No matter the neurological diagnosis, you or your loved one can rest assured you have the best neuro-rehabilitation team, as our patients seem to agree: nearly 97 percent of those discharged said they would recommend our Center to others.
Invested in Teamwork
Neuro-rehabilitation is a one-of-a-kind, challenging, and frequently frustrating journey. Our specialists pledge to approach you or your loved one’s recovery with patience, positivity, and most important of all, teamwork.
Our team includes:
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Rehabilitation Nurses
- Rehabilitation Physicians
- Speech-Language Pathologists
A Leader in Neuro-Robotics
In addition to a thriving multidisciplinary team, we’re proud to be a leader in advanced rehabilitation technologies. The use of neuro-robotics mimic normal human movements and adapt to both support and challenge a patient’s abilities and many of our therapists have training in these devices.
At Barrow, we’re continuously researching and implementing the latest devices across our continuum of care.
"I just recently stopped using my wheelchair. My speech and cognition have greatly improved, and most importantly, I’m able to be a hands-on mom and wife. I feel so fortunate and blessed."
Robotic Wellness Program
Neuro-Rehabilitation Apps and Games
Community Resource Guide
Therapeutic Recreation and Adventures
Center for Transitional Neuro-Rehabilitation
Brain Tumor Handbook
Manual Educativo Sobre Accidentes Cerebrovasculares
Spinal Cord Injury Patient and Family Guidebook
Guía para Pacientes con Lesiones de Médula Espinal y sus Familias
Traumatic Brain Injury Patient and Family Guidebook
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