Neuro Rehab

We help make your best life possible

Our neuro rehabilitation program maximizes your outcomes

At Mission Healthcare, we understand and can help you recover from brain injury. Our neuro rehabilitation program is designed to foster rehabilitation following a variety of injuries to the brain. Whether following traumatic impact, such as a blunt force trauma in a car accident or fall, or caused by an internal event, such as a stroke, aneurysm, tumor, or disease, we can help make your best life possible.

Each brain injury is a unique event and requires a unique therapeutic recovery plan. We develop a customized approach including exercise, and innovative, proven technologies, such as electrotherapy and ultrasound, to help repair damage and improve conductivity of the nerves while improving your quality of life.

Improve your aerobic capacity We lower readmission rates and reduce length of stay, even among the most fragile patients.
Build your balance and enduranceWe support or even improve quality measurements for neuro diagnosis codes.
Enhance or rebuild your quality of lifeWe will help make exceptional, positive difference in the lives of your patients.
Educate and train your support networkWe educate patients, family, and clinical staff, alike.

Do you know if it’s time to consider neuro intervention?

If so, we’ll help you recover

Heart and vascular events are the leading causes of death among men and women. While heart attacks remain #1, death by stroke is ranked in the top five, killing a staggering one in 20 Americans. While the risks for heart attack and stroke are the same, a stroke affects the brain.

Sometimes called a “brain attack,” a stroke occurs when a clot blocks the blood supply to the brain or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. During stroke, time is of the essence! It can save your life—and your quality of life—by knowing these stroke symptoms and acting FAST to prevent—or reduce—irreversible brain damage.

FaceFacial weakness can indicate a stroke. Ask the person to smile. If someone is having a stroke, one side of the face may appear droopy; or, someone will only be able to make a half smile.
ArmsA stroke can cause muscle weakness, numbness, or may paralyze one side of the body. Ask them to raise their arms. Sometimes, you’ll notice they stumble or fall.
SpeechSpeech or understanding others while speaking can also be affected during stroke. Ask someone a simple question. If he or she can’t hear you or you can’t understand the reply, it may be a stroke.
TimeDuring a stroke, time lost is brain lost. Note the time of the first symptoms and call 911. Don’t try to drive to the hospital. Certain drugs or interventions can be administered, on scene, when precious moments count.

The warning signs of a stroke are the same as the warning signs of a heart attack. These include:

  • Bigger waistline, bigger risk: Carrying even 20 extra pounds makes your heart have to work harder to support your body’s needs. Know your weight and your body mass index, BMI.
  • Using tobacco: According to the CDC, tobacco use triples the risk of death from heart disease for men and women over 50. There are several programs, often free, that help you quit tobacco, for good.
  • Do you know your numbers?  It can save your life to know whether your heart and vascular system are operating within proper ranges. This make a world of difference to your heart and vascular health.  Here are the numbers you should know:
Important Numbers Normal levelsDanger range
Blood pressure120/80140/90
Resting Heart rate, over age 5085 beats per min90+
Body Mass Index>25%30%+
Cholesterol >190200+
Blood Glucose>125130+

Learn your risks and the treatments available to you. For more information on neuro rehabilitation, contact our team. We are here to help.