Neuro Rehabilitation

When a stroke occurs, injury to the brain may affect how you move, think, feel or behave. The outcome from a stroke is different for everyone. Because each person’s recovery is unique, we create an individualized treatment plan to help you and your family gain strength and confidence to return to the activities you enjoy.

Our interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams are dedicated to providing expert and coordinated care to help you return to the highest level possible of independence, functioning and mobility. Your care may include neuropsychology, physical, occupational and speech therapy, recreational therapy, music therapy, clinical nutrition and case management and social work. Our treatment interventions are designed to maximize your abilities and may include one or all of the above, depending on your needs.

Respiratory Therapy

Your respiratory therapist evaluates and treats conditions of the lungs and airways. These conditions range from chronic lung disorders to recovering from a stroke, heart attack or trauma. They’ll help manage ventilators and airway devices, analyze breath and educate you and your family to maximize recovery.

Residential Care

Our highly skilled professional treatment team takes a multidisciplinary approach to care, developing individual plans for each of our residents to ensure optimal results. With comprehensive services and a diverse range of treatment settings, we help individuals reach the greatest possible independence and the best possible quality of life. Learn more

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About Our Service

Our neuro rehabilitation programs are the only programs in West Michigan accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. We understand that neurological connections with your brain and your nerves affect your physical, cognitive and emotional health. Our holistic approach brings you greater access.

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Ben Gillespie, DO, Medical Director, Center for Acute Rehab and Mild Brain Injury Clinic, talks about the specialized treatments and rehabilitation process for brain injury patients.

  • man with guitar

    You’re amazing, boy

    Jake Rodgers, 17, plays the guitar again for the first time since suffering a traumatic brain injury.

  • couple hugging

    You’re one in 1,000

    After suffering severe injuries in a car-deer accident, Linda Ball stages a recovery that impresses her family and medical team.