Let's achieve your highest level of recovery
You most likely didn’t expect life to take you or someone you love down the path of a brain injury. More than likely you are uncertain about what the future holds. Rest assured our team at Bryan inpatient rehabilitation is committed to helping you or your loved one get back a sense of well-being and highest achievable level of recovery. Your ability to return home is a key outcome of our program. The percentage of Bryan patients discharged to home - 82 percent - is higher than both the national and regional averages.
"Even now, I sometimes get discouraged. When that happens, I think about how far I've come from where I was right after the accident, and how the staff in the acute inpatient rehabilitation unit at Bryan encouraged me and helped me learn how to recover. Thinking about my past progress inspires me every day."
Understanding Brain Injury
No matter what the cause or severity of brain injury, our goal is to provide hope, and the ability to rebuild and return to life. Our brains are complex and have the capacity for healing. Brain injury or disease can damage the way our brain cells function.
Obstacles that can arise from brain injury or disease are:
- Memory loss
- Behavioral changes including inappropriate comments, emotional outbursts, aggressiveness, anxiousness, repeating one's self, uncontrollable crying
- Thinking clearly
- Problem solving
- Changes in judgment
- Changes in personality
- Ability to walk, put on your clothes, cook, brush your teeth and other lifestyle
No matter what challenges lie ahead, our team surrounds patients with compassionate care, expertise, knowledge and technology to rebuild.
Collaborative Brain Care
We provide a continuum of care with experts in trauma and neurology to treat various levels of brain injury. In our hospital setting you or your loved one has access to advanced resources and technology to create a dynamic and personalized recovery plan. Our team surrounds and supports you while providing the best possible care during your recovery.