About Traumatic Brain Injury
A traumatic brain injury is unlike any other bodily injury, and they heal unlike any other injury. Since your brain defines who you are, a brain injury can affect all aspects of your life, including your personality. No two brain injuries are alike and at Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation we have the experience to help you and your family through this life-changing event.
Our Approach to Inpatient Treatment
There is life after brain injury, and at Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation,* our goal is to help you discover it. We use specialized physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy to help you regain function. During your inpatient rehabilitation, we will work with you to stabilize you injury, restore your functional abilities and prepare you and your family for community re-entry.
*Some TBI services and certified staff are only available at certain locations.
Meet Our TBI Team
Your rehabilitation team will be led by board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians that specialize in brain injury. During your recovery, you will work closely with a number of other neuro specialists, including:
- Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurses
- Physical Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech-language Pathologists
- Recreational Therapists
- Rehabilitation Aide
TBI Model System
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation – Dallas is one of only 16 facilities nationwide designated as a model system of care for patients with traumatic brain injuries. The North Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Model System was designed to increase knowledge about the effects of TBIs and to improve the quality of life for patients and their families.
See The Difference
If you or family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury, we invite you to tour one of our inpatient hospitals. (link to location search for inpatient) You can see our facilities firsthand and talk directly with our knowledgeable staff.
Audrey Self's Story
A traumatic brain injury may have changed her life forever, but Audrey Self redefined the word impossible.
Our Approach to Outpatient Treatment
Following inpatient rehabilitation, you may require continued treatment for a traumatic brain injury. After you leave the hospital, one of our outpatient therapy centers or our Day Neuro locations may help in your transition to independence and community re-entry. As part of our continuum of care, we can continue to support your recovery as long as necessary following your hospital stay. We have experienced outpatient therapists who specialize in treating brain injuries and will provide continued quality care as you recover. Our Day Neuro Program offers patients longer and more frequent therapy sessions over the course of several days or weeks. This program consists of a dedicated team of interdisciplinary therapists certified in treating brain injuries and other neurological conditions.