This year marks Moody Neuro’s 40th anniversary of providing breakthroughs in brain injuries! We are very grateful to everyone for their continuous support over the past 40 years. Moody Neuro has helped hundreds of patients and we look forward to serving hundreds more.

On Thursday, October 20th, 2022, we recognized our 40th anniversary celebration with a ribbon-cutting ceremony held by the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce at our Galveston location.

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Several of our board members were present along with employees, residents, family members and past residents who all came together to celebrate the Moody Neurorehabilitation program

Our History

In 1982, Moody Neurorehabilitation opened its doors with a core mission in mind: to provide personalized care to treat the unique challenges of brain injury with a singular purpose of achieving the best possible outcomes for patients and families. 

In 1996, we received Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)accreditation.  Moody Neuro is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on community reentry for those struggling after acquired brain injuries.  We are also unique in that our goals reach beyond the patient — we extend support to their families as well. 

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We’re proud of the experienced and committed professionals who staff Moody Neuro’s three Texas based facilities.  Without their kindness, caring and extensive expertise, we wouldn’t be nearly as successful.

>Learn more about our history.

Expanding Our Mission

In 1998, we opened the doors to Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute at Tideway located in Galveston, Texas. This long-term supported living facility for survivors of brain injury rest just one block away from the beautiful Galveston Island beach. 

With the success in Galveston and the lives changed growing in numbers, we decided to expand the mission throughout Texas. In April of 2008, we opened our doors to serve the communities in and around Lubbock, Texas. Our Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute at Lubbock program serves adults with acquired and traumatic brain injuries as well as spinal cord injuries.  While at Moody Lubbock we provide our patients with the tools they need to regain independence and improve their quality of life. 

Our newest facility is set to open spring of 2023.  The Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute, Space Center, located in Nassau Bay, Texas will feature the latest technology, private rooms, many with murphy beds for family members, as well as four family apartments so they can be present and support the patient during treatment. 

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>Find out more about our future facility here.

Our Patients Make All the Difference

We would not be here today if it weren’t for the support of our past patients.  Read what our patients are saying about the programs at Moody Neuro.  

“The treatments are phenomenal … the staff here know that everyone’s different, and they have a strategy that can help each one of us through it. It’s just amazing to see all the things that they do for each individual that’s here.” 

—Wesley (Patient)

Check out our success stories and videos, or contact us to submit your own!

The Fun Continues

The Moody Neuro team will celebrate 40 years of hard work and incredible results with our employees on October 27 at our Galveston location and on October 28 at our Lubbock location. This is our way to give back to the employees and recognize those who have dedicated so much to our success. 

Once again, we would like to thank everyone for their support and dedication over the years. If you have any questions or would simply like to reach out for more information, contact us today.

For the latest updates and news regarding Moody Neuro, please follow our Facebook page.  If you or your loved one is a past resident, we would love to connect with you on our Alumni page


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