Coronavirus and CNS Preventive/Protective Measures

Coronavirus and CNS Preventive/Protective Measures

Covid Notice:

CNS Minimum Standards of Safe Practice

As the governor of Texas discusses incremental re-opening of the state’s economy on May 1, we want to assure our patients, families and insurers that CNS will continue to maintain stringent COVID-19 safety measures at all clinics in Texas and California. As part of those safety measures, the governor’s Executive Order requires CNS to continue to limit visitors to its facilities to only critical assistance personnel.

For nearly 40 years, CNS has provided intensive, post-acute, community-based brain injury rehabilitation. The safety and well-being of our staff and patients is of our utmost concern. We’re monitoring the coronavirus situation closely to ensure CNS’ safety protocols are aligned with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines in the treatment of patients. We also remain in close contact with the county authorities in each of our markets and will take appropriate actions, as needed.

As of March 30, 2020, all patients will receive CNS rehabilitation therapy via CNS’ secure,  CNS’ secure, HIPAA-compliant telehealth technology.

Additional steps we’re currently taking:


(Updated May 5, 2020)