Adult Neuro Recovery Program

The mission of the Adult Neuro Recovery Program is to restore neurological function and maximize recovery of adults who are impaired by strokes, brain injury, or neurological conditions such as dementia, depression and Parkinson’s. These conditions impair mobility, independence, cognition such as speech and memory, and diminishes the quality of life. Our rehab clinic is committed to helping you return to an active and productive a life as possible.

The Program consists of:

1) 1st consult:

The doctor would meet the patient/caregivers to gather information & history taking, education & discussion of the impairment, discussion on the appropriate therapy & expectations, neurological/cognitive diagnosis (if time permitting).


2) 2nd session:

The doctor performs neurological/cognitive diagnosis.


3) Therapy sessions:

Individualized treatment plans are created for each patient experiencing difficulties as a result of brain injury or other related neurological impairments.

Patients can expect to receive therapy that includes different types Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation (NIBS) such as TMS, tDCS, tVNS, etc., together with Cognitive or Motor tasks.

NIBS is performed intensively in intervals of 5 days a week for a period of 3-4 weeks. In between these intensive sessions cycles, patients will only be given specific home tasks to do. This cycle is continued till patient recovers.


4) Follow ups:

The doctor will work closely with the patients/caregivers to help them reach therapy goals.


In summary, what is unique about our program is the customization of the patients’ treatment plan which uses the latest scientific approaches in NIBS in combination with cognitive and/or motor tasks. This plan is designed to maximize function, independence and rebuild confidence.


Conditions treated include:
• Stroke
• Mobility impairments
• Spastic and Tone impairments
• Acquired Brain Injury
• Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other degenerative conditions
• Movement disorders
• Spinal Cord Injury
• Cerebral Palsy
• Traumatic brain injury
• Depression
• Dementia
• Schizophrenia
• Sleep interruption
• Balance disorders, dizziness, falls
• Concussion
• Seizures & Epilepsy
• Other neurological disorders