Many families come to the Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute quite scared, as they often will have had no significant personal experience with anything notably similar to the brain injury their loved one has suffered.  It is a new and terrifying time with lots of questions.  Often families ask TLC staff, “Have you ever seen an injury like this?”  Fortunately, TLC has been treating solely brain injury patients for over 30 years.  This includes more than 2000 patients who received treatment at our residential inpatient facilities.  This is why TLC staff can confidently tell families, “Yes, we have plenty of experience with patients similar to your loved one.”

Learn about how Moody Neuro can help with neuropsychology and counseling, speech and language disorders, physical therapy, outpatient rehabilitation assistance, community integration programs, and occupational therapy.

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