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Since 2020, CNS has delivered more than 125,000 hours of virtual rehabilitation to patients.

Telerehab offers patients greater flexibility and is a valuable stage in the patient’s continuum of care.  Using the RingCentral Video® platform, powered by Zoom, patients can now access therapies, clinicians, and their treatment team with ease.

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Therapist and patient connecting via telehealth.Telerehab Systems and Features

Seamless Collaboration with RingCentral Video and Zoom

Privacy and patient safety are critical to delivering patient care virtually. The RingCentral Video solution and Zoom are secure, HIPAA compliant platforms deployed in all CNS clinics. This enables patients and therapy teams to connect, communicate, and collaborate seamlessly. Integrated video meetings and messaging also allow anyone in the patient’s sphere to communicate.

Therapy in Real Time: Productive, Interactive, Effective

Dr. Matt Ashley consults with telehealth patient.Virtual Collaboration: Family/Clinician Meetings, Simplified

Physician Consultations: Professional, Private, Immediate

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Telemedicine also reduces the need for urgent care and emergency room visits, as certain evaluations and physician input can be accomplished via video and sharing patient data.

CNS Telerehab Program Kit


Based on clinical surveys, a significant percentage of patients made the same or better progress as in-clinic patients. 

CNS conducted a recent survey that reveals how patients and staff successfully adapted to telehealth technology. A national survey has also been published by the Brain Injury Association of America, which aligns with CNS’ internal findings: Telerehab is a highly effective therapy platform. Read more about it here.

Telerehab in the News

Leveraging Telehealth Technologies in the Service of Rehabilitative Care for Brain Injury
Healthcare Innovation Magazine


Using Telehealth, COVID-19 and Brain Injury Can Be Treated Simultaneously
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