Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Resources at CNS

For over 35 years Centre for Neuro Skills has been recognized as an experienced and respected world leader for providing intensive postacute community based brain injury rehabilitation. With facilities in California and Texas, CNS’ specially-trained staff offers outcome driven medical treatment, therapeutic rehabilitation and disease management services for individuals recovering from acquired and traumatic brain injury.


Matthew Little's inspirational journey through recovery included his love of climbing. Watch his story to hear his inspiring words about how the sport he loved helped him through his brain injury rehabilitation.   Read More

Recovering from a traumatic brain injury is monumental for anyone. But for CNS patient JD, he had to face another issue while in rehabilitation. JD was addicted to heroin, cocaine, and meth-amphetamine when he came to the Bakersfield facility eight years ago.   Read More

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BIA of Minnesota Annual Conference
Brooklyn Center, MN Event Info
Treating Problem Behavior CEU Event
Oakland, CA (Brain injury professionals event) Event Info
International Stroke Conference
Los Angeles, CA [Convention Center] Event Info

About Brain Injury

Brain injury can occur in many ways. Traumatic brain injuries typically result from accidents in which the head is struck. This is the most common type of traumatic brain injury. However, other brain injuries, such as those caused by a cerebral vascular accident, insufficient oxygen, poisoning, or infection, can cause similar deficits.

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Why Choose CNS?

Science shows brain function is greatly enhanced by early and intensive repetitive intervention following traumatic injury. As a pioneer and expert in postacute traumatic brain injury treatment, CNS delivers rehabilitation care in harmony with the patient's normal rhythm of living. We believe most individuals with brain injury can continue to regain function over time and benefit from expert intensive medical rehabilitation of sufficient duration.

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