Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Recovery
A full continuum of care for people who have experienced a brain injury
Shepherd Center's Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program offers a full continuum of services to treat people who have experienced a traumatic or non-traumatic brain injury, including a stroke.
Our programs are designed to treat specific conditions, such as disorders of consciousness and specific age groups, such as our adolescent program. Additionally, Shepherd Center has a 10-bed ICU, allowing our specialists to treat patients with complex brain injuries and address secondary complications resulting from the injury.
Call our admissions department at 404-350-7345 to
initiate a referral to Shepherd Center.
Learn about Brain Injury
A brain injury is often associated with a blow to the head, which is called a traumatic brain injury. However, a lack of oxygen to the brain can also result in a brain injury. Learn more about brain injury:
- Types of Brain Injuries
- Brain Injury Prevention
- Brain Injury Causes
- Tips for Caregivers
- Understanding Brain Injury – Video Series
About Shepherd Center Brain Injury Program
U.S. News & World Report ranks Shepherd Center among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation. Learn about our brain injury program and our outcomes:
- Why Choose Shepherd Center’s Brain Injury Program?
- Shepherd Center’s Brain Injury Team
- How to Choose a Rehabilitation Program
- Patient Stories (PDF)
Shepherd Center Brain Injury Programs
Shepherd Center provides a variety of programs that are tailored to individual needs for the best possible recovery. Learn about our brain injury programs:
- Disorders of Consciousness Program
- Adolescent Program
- Day Program
- Residential Program
- Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs