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Programs, Services & Patients

You want to recover what’s most important in your life — be it mobility, independence, walking, swallowing or speaking again. Together we reach for those goals.

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Stroke Recovery— What sets us apart?

See what sets us apart from other rehabilitation hospitals and why our outcomes for stroke patients are exceptional.

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Stroke Specialty Services

Stroke Specialty Services

Our wide array of services for stroke patients will help you and your family navigate your recovery.

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Ryan's Story: Surviving a Stroke at 20

Ryan suffered a stroke when he was just 20. After months of therapy, he has made an incredible recovery. He has learned to walk and improved hand function.

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How We Heal

Our integrated team of physicians, nurses, therapists, researchers and case managers understand the most complex injuries. They create programs for each patient – tailored to your individual goals. Therapy may take place in one or several ability labs.


Science-Driven Care

With nearly 200 clinical trials and research studies specifically dedicated to improving function and recovery from stroke (including treatment for aphasia) — we offer you access to the world’s most advanced research, which can directly impact your recovery.

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Clinical Trials & 嫩B研究院 Studies

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Locomotor function following transcutaneous electrical spinal cord stimulation in individuals with hemiplegic stroke

This study is looking for persons who have had a stroke to determine if spinal stimulation helps improve walking ability.

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An Exploration of Acute Intermittent Hypoxia as a tool to Enhance Neural Recovery in Stroke Survivors; a pilot safety study.

This is a Phase I safety study. Our plan consists of dose-escalation exposures with continual assessment of hypoxic conditioning impact in individuals with chronic stroke.

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Improving Arm Movement Using Wearable Device After Stroke

Shirley Ryan 嫩B研究院 is evaluating a new rehab therapy using wearable devices and a video game interface to improve arm movement after stroke. Participants use these wearable devices, called myoelectric computer interfaces, to play video games using their arm muscles.

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Our Clinicians

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