Neurological Rehabilitation

After an injury, surgery or health condition affects your brain, spine or nerves, expert care can make all the difference. Find innovative treatments from specialists when you choose Adventist HealthCare for neurological rehabilitation.

Certified, Award-Winning Care

Benefit from our commitment to care that meets high standards and works toward continual improvement. Our brain injury, spinal cord injury and stroke programs hold accreditation from the leading worldwide organization for rehabilitation programs, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Feel confident in our ability to treat paralysis and improve your overall well-being, thanks to a Quality of Life Grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. This means we offer services to meet the unique needs of people with paralysis.

Conditions We Treat

Your neurological care team may recommend rehabilitation to help you live well with:

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Brain injuries, including a traumatic brain injury (TBI) like a concussion
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Dementia
  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Myopathy, muscle disease
  • Neuropathy, nerve damage that can cause pain or weakness
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Stroke

Neurological Symptoms

Neurological rehabilitation also can help you manage symptoms like:

  • Dystonias, movements you can’t control
  • Muscle weakness
  • Paralysis, loss of the ability to move
  • Seizures
  • Spasticity, stiff and tight muscles
  • Trouble thinking or remembering

Our Services

Know your therapist will create a care plan that addresses your needs as a whole person. Your health, safety and wellness are our top priority.

What’s Neurological Rehab?

Recover skills affected by a nervous system problem. Your rehabilitation may include:

  • An assessment to see if you’re able to work
  • Cognitive retaining to improve thinking, planning and memory
  • Gentle exercises to improve blood flow
  • Manual therapy, which uses muscle massage to treat neck or back pain
  • Skill building to live independently
  • Training to use assistive equipment or technology, including mobility services
  • Vision rehabilitation

Your doctor may also recommend:

Vision Testing & Therapy

You may benefit from:

  • Eye exams and screening tests, such as wearing Frenzel goggles to diagnose vision and balance problems
  • Exercises to improve eye alignment, focusing and other skills
  • Dynavision™ technology for testing and improving eye-hand coordination and peripheral vision

Psychological Care

If you or a loved one have emotional or mental health concerns during rehabilitation, ask for a neuropsychologist to meet with you. A neuropsychologist is a doctor who specializes in the brain and behavior. Your provider can offer:

  • Behavior management, recommendations to make your rehabilitation environment supportive and structured in a way that works for you
  • Counseling to cope and heal
  • Crisis intervention
  • Education about changes to the brain and how they can affect behavior
  • Medications

Family Support

If you have a loved one with a neurological condition, depend on our team to:

  • Help you manage emotional, behavioral and relationship changes
  • Listen, answer questions and help you cope
  • Suggest support groups and resources for caregivers, family members and friends
  • Teach you about the condition and train you to provide care and support

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