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Brain Injury Rehabilitation

What is Brain Injury Rehabilitation?

The Neuro-Rehabilitation Center at Barrow is one of the leading clinics for brain injury rehabilitation in the Southwest.

From injury prevention to maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle following rehabilitation, we are committed to helping patients with brain injuries through every step of their experience.

Brain Injury Prevention

Our skilled staff members provide education about brain injury prevention to community members of all ages. Our programs include fall prevention, helmet use, concussion education and more.

doctor analyzing brain scans on a digital tablet

Inpatient Neuro-Rehabilitation

Patients may receive inpatient therapy in an acute setting while hospitalized, and patients with more extensive brain injuries may be treated in the Bruce and Deborah Downey Neurorehabilitation Center. This unit includes a secure section for brain injury patients who may require careful observation.

Outpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation Progams

Once patients have been discharged from the hospital, they may be referred to one of our outpatient brain injury rehab programs to continue their treatment. These include:

Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Program  – This program offers a specialized team approach to helping patients and families return to everyday activities.

Outpatient Neuro-Rehabilitation Program outcomes for 2018. Click to enlarge.

Center for Transitional Neuro-Rehabilitation (CTN) – CTN is an intensive day program that helps older adolescents and adults gain the skills they need to transition into work, school or the community.

Concussion & Brain Injury Center – Rehab is provided in Outpatient Rehab, providing specialized evaluation and treatment for patients who have been diagnosed with mild TBI or post-concussion impairments.

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Learn More About Rehab For Brain Injuries

For more information about brain injury rehabilitation in Phoenix at Barrow Neurological Institute, please call (855) 395-3532.