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Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Depending on the person who sustained the brain injury as well as the injury itself, you may find yourself looking for a variety of brain injury rehabilitation services. From inpatient care, to driver rehabilitation and adaptive sports, to a follow-up brain injury clinic, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital offers patients with brain injuries a life-time of rehabilitative care.

Pediatric brain injury rehabilitation at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.Mary Free Bed's commitment to providing life-long brain injury rehabilitative care ensures that we work with our patients and their family members to achieve the highest level of physical, psychological, social, and vocational functioning possible. We encourage the involvement of family members and friends every step of the way.

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Brain Injury Patient Stories

David Ling suffered a severe allergic reaction from a bee sting that resulted in a brain injury. Read David's story...

A brush with death means Jon looks at life differently. He's grateful to have recovered so fully after a brain injury. Read Jon's story...

David sustained a brain injury that caused him to have an uncontrollable seizure disorder. Listen to David's story...

Vicki woke up at 5:30 am with a headache, she started crying, and then passed out. After brain surgery she came to Mary Free Bed's inpatient brain injury program. Read Vicki's story...

After an MRI showed a basal ganglia mass in the left side of Pat's brain, she had surgery to remove it. The surgery caused cognitive problems and paralysis of her right side. Read Pat's story...

When Tom's ATV rolled and he was ejected, he was in a coma for two weeks. His brain injury resulted in paralysis and impairment to his vision, comprehension, and expression. Read Tom's story...

22-year-old Nicole had surgery for a brain hemmorage in 2007 and has been coping with spasticity in her arm and leg since then. SaeboFlex therapy helps her regain function. Read Nicole's story...

A car crash left Eric unable to walk. At Mary Free Bed, Eric struggled to overcome his injuries so he could live a normal life again. Read Eric's story...

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