Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program | Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine | NYU Langone Medical Center | New York, NY

Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program

After sustaining a brain injury or experiencing a neurological illness, a person may undergo a wide range of medical, physical, cognitive, and behavioral changes. Rusk’s Brain Injury Rehabilitation division provides a structured inpatient therapeutic program specifically tailored to medical and rehabilitative needs of each individual patient. This program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) as an inpatient specialty program in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. In addition, we offer outpatient brain injury programs to help patients continuing progressing toward their functional goals.

Patient Testimonials

Read the stories of patients who have gone through Rusk’s Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program.

Susan Johnson
Stephanie Quito
Mary Smith (vision therapy)

Conditions Treated

Our brain injury rehabilitation programs offer highly effective, interdisciplinary, individualized care for people recovering from the following brain-related disorders:

Brain Injury, including:

NOTE: this has been an inserted copy, taken from http://rusk.med.nyu.edu/brain-injury-rehabilitation-program. This was result of a search from CG’s LinkedIn GroupImage.

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