Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

About Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

The effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) collide with every part of a patient’s life. Those effects can last a lifetime, and requires specialized care to maximize recovery. A TBI 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 we have the experience to help you and your family through this life-changing event. Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation's full Continuum of Care enables us to meet the needs of our patients at every level to maximize physical, cognitive and functional independence. This includes inpatient rehab, outpatient therapy, out Day Neuro Program, home health and support group services. While not all patients will need every level of care, all patients have access to a diverse array of treatment options.

If you or a loved one has a traumatic injury or illness, you need far more than just physical rehabilitation. Psychological and social adjustments are just as critical. Choosing the right rehabilitation facility can make the world of difference.


*Certified therapists and specialized services vary by location.

Outpatient Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury

Following inpatient rehab, 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 Program may be the next step. 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 will provide continued quality care as you recover from a traumatic brain injury. For more intensive therapy, our Day Neuro Program consists of a dedicated team of interdisciplinary therapists certified in treating brain injuries and other neurological conditions.

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