Learn how we are advancing the field of post-acute Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) research.


Our most valuable tool for treating a brain injury is the brain itself. Our staff conduct research focused on continual improvement in the field of neurorehabilitation as well as partnering with local institutions of higher education on innovations in brain injury treatment. We also share our knowledge with the communities we serve by providing continued education opportunities and hosting conferences and events.


Moody Neuro in Lubbock & the Texas Tech University College of Mechanical Engineering

Students partner with the Moody Neuro clinical team to design a rolling walker to improve upper extremity range of motion.

In the Fall of 2018, the clinical team from Moody Neuro in Lubbock initiated a partnership with Dr. Jeff Hanson and the Texas Tech University College of Mechanical Engineering. Senior engineering students met with the Moody Neuro clinical team to work on a rolling walker to improve upper extremity range of motion while the patient ambulated, whereas the movement of the lower extremity would mechanically assist the upper extremity movement through a series of pulley systems and gears as the patient ambulated. The students created a prototype, which they were able to test throughout the school semester, and in May 2019 the senior students presented Moody Neuro in Lubbock with their final project design. The project was deemed an overall success and plans were made for future senior projects to be partnered with Moody Neuro.


Psychiatric Disease and Post-Acute Traumatic Brain Injury.

A review of the literature on common psychiatric problems affecting individuals with traumatic brain injury in the post-acute period and the impact of persistent psychiatric symptoms on perceived caregiver burden and distress.

Neuropsychological and Physiological Correlates of Fatigue Following Traumatic Brain Injury

A review of the literature on fatigue experienced by individuals with traumatic brain injury, its impact on functional recovery, and potential therapeutic strategies to help alleviate fatigue in this patient population.

Functional Changes after Recombinant Human Growth Hormone Replacement in Patients with Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury and Abnormal Growth Hormone Secretion

A research study on the effects of recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) replacement on physical and cognitive functioning in subjects with a moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) with abnormal growth hormone (GH) secretion.

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