Renowned for its comprehensive treatment, Centre for Neuro Skills provides intensive, goal-oriented, multidisciplinary programs in six facilities located in California and Texas. Staffed by trained, certified professionals, CNS treats a wide range of traumatic and acquired brain injury, including:

  • Penetrating and Non-penetrating Traumatic Brain Injury 
  • Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Brain Injury Resulting from Blasts/Explosives
  • Brain Injury Caused by Infection or Overdose
  •  Stroke
  •  Anoxia/Hypoxia
  •  Brain tumors
  •  Encephalitis

The most commonly treated brain injuries at CNS are traumatic brain injury, mild traumatic brain injury, and stroke.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

In-depth therapies address the full spectrum of care that helps patients relearn vital skills such as self-care, safety, hygiene, communication, appropriate behavior, physical functionality, and safety. Independence and returning to a meaningful, productive life is our treatment objective.

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The origins of stroke are complex. A malady long associated with the elderly and smokers, it was assumed that if stroke occurred, permanent brain damage was inevitable. But stroke appears in a vast spectrum of people, and can be caused by substance abuse, stress, cardiac conditions, genetic abnormalities, and medical comorbidities. As thinking broadens about populations affected, beliefs about lifelong damage are also being reconsidered.

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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI)

The onset and consequences of a concussion and mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) can be easily missed by the injured person, their loved ones, and physicians. Whether the cause is a sports injury, a fall, or a work accident, Centre for Neuro Skills has the expertise to identify and treat this type of malady. 

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The integrity and effectiveness of brain injury rehabilitation is contingent on the quality of its programs. CNS was founded on the need for goal oriented therapies to help patients regain independence and live with dignity. We believe that the ability to speak, walk, practice self-care, work, and interact with others is fundamental to a patient’s success. To accomplish this, CNS developed programs and services that help patients learn and practice life skills under the guidance of trained professionals who understand brain injury. Every patient we treat is given these fundamental building blocks of a new life. Our programs are designed to support patients as they adapt to rehabilitation and continue their journey post discharge.