Achieving Breakthroughs in Brain Injury Through Our Neurorehabilitation Center.

Pioneering the field of post-acute brain injury treatment and neurorehabilitation since 1982. .

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CARF International, formerly the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), is an independent, nonprofit accrediting body whose mission is to promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process and continuous quality improvement.

The accreditation process applies CARF’s internationally recognized standards during a site survey conducted by peer surveyors. Accreditation, however, is an ongoing process that distinguishes a provider’s service delivery and signals to the public that the provider is committed to continuous performance improvement, responsive to feedback, and accountable to the community and its other stakeholders. To see the results of our latest survey, Click here.

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Our vision is to be the industry leader in post-acute neurorecovery by providing the expertise and care needed for reintegration of brain-injury survivors into their community.

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At Moody Neuro, we see every patient as unique. We provide patients who have experienced brain injury with the highly-specialized, personalized care they require to re-enter the community and maximize quality of life. We achieve this through the expert knowledge of our staff, world-class facilities, innovative spirit, and sheer desire to improve the lives of our patients every day.


Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute, formerly known as the Transitional Learning Center, was established in 1982 by Robert Moody, who was on a mission to create a post-acute brain rehabilitation center in the Houston area. His passion was inspired when his own son, Russell Moody was involved in a motor vehicle accident and acquired a traumatic brain injury. Ready to take the next step in recovery, Moody noticed the lack of options and resources.

Mr. Robert Moody set out to collect techniques, strategies and therapies from all over the world from some of the top neurological hospitals and rehabilitation centers. He then returned and opened The Transitional Learning Center.

In 2019, The Transitional Learning Center was renamed Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute in recognition of Russell Moody’s story of love, courage, and determination that continues to fuel and inspire our work every day. It is the story of turning tragedy into hope and action. Since its founding, Moody Neuro has created breakthroughs in brain injury rehabilitation and helped patients work toward their own individual breakthroughs. As a national pioneer in post-acute care for patients with acquired brain injury, Moody Neuro continues to innovate and provide the best possible care for survivors of brain injury.

Success Stories

“You have some of the best workers here.”



“I was inpatient for 4 months post-stroke and have now lived independently from my family for 4 years. I’m able to do pretty much everything on a daily basis on…

Nicole J.


“Moody has been working extra hard to find ways to help me when I get home. I am really grateful for that.”



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