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Rehabilitation through Innovation

Guided by a tradition of compassionate care, Marianjoy physicians, therapists and nurses are experts in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. For more than 40 years, our skilled clinicians have been maximizing recovery for patients utilizing the most innovative treatment methods available.

Over the past decade, rapid advancements in rehabilitation medicine have dramatically expanded treatment options for patients. Our expert clinicians have been at the forefront of these advances helping to guide the clinical application of best practices. Additionally, Marianjoy is one of a select few clinical facilities in the nation to offer such a wide range of the newest equipment featuring virtual reality, robotics and biofeedback–technology that is contributing to improved outcomes for patients recovering from illness or injury. These devices are fully integrated into patient treatment plans, allowing clinicians to set the standard for delivering rehabilitation care.

The Marianjoy Assistive Rehabilitation Technology Institute (MARTI) offers solutions to everyday problems of daily living encountered by disabled individuals. The Institute applies advancements in technology to provide expert treatment to the community, including wheelchair positioning, customized orthotics, gait analysis and a variety of services that are unique to Marianjoy as a specialty rehabilitation hospital.

The Tellabs Center for Neurorehabilitation and Neuroplasticity (TCNN), a part of MARTI, delivers innovative diagnostic and treatment capabilities for adults and children experiencing neurologic impairment resulting from injury or disease, such as brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke, Guillain-Barré syndrome, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy and more. The advanced technology allows clinicians to begin interventions (neurorehabilitation) at earlier stages of recovery, promoting brain neuroplasticity–the capability of nerve cells in the brain to reorganize and reconnect to new neural pathways around damaged areas.