Why Choose Shepherd Center for Stroke Recovery?

A Top 10 Stroke Rehabilitation Hospital since 2008

Shepherd Center has consistently been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as a top 10 stroke rehabilitation hospital since 2008. Our stroke recovery program focuses on individualized and specialized services, including treatment for young stroke patients in the prime of their lives. As part of our Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program, each patient is assigned to a multidisciplinary treatment team. With the patient and family's involvement, these healthcare providers collaborate to deliver expert clinical care.

Testimonials from Young Stroke Recovery Patients and Their Families

Amelia's road to recovery began with inpatient care in Shepherd Center’s stroke rehabilitation program. She then transitioned to Shepherd Pathways, Shepherd Center’s post-acute rehabilitation program for people recovering from brain injury.  READ MORE

Michelle Pfeiffe's rehabilitation and recovery at Shepherd Center’s Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program required physical, occupational, recreational and speech therapy. Learn about how this teacher was able to return to the classroom and resume her active lifestyle.  READ MORE

For Haley Hammock, the journey to recover has been long. Haley’s stroke forced her to relearn everything. The second grade teacher – who has a master’s degree in early childhood education – had to relearn not only how to read, but also how to walk, how to speak, how to eat. Today, she can do all that and more. READ MORE

Shepherd Center’s Stroke Recovery Program Resources

Find out why you should choose Shepherd Center by learning about our person-centered care and services, as well as our goals and outcomes. Educational resources are also available to help you learn more about strokes.

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Please contact us at 404-352-2020 if you have additional questions about strokes or stroke rehabilitation.