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Brain injury rehabilitation


If you or a loved one are recovering from a brain injury, we're here to help. Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, part of Allina Health, offers comprehensive rehabilitation services to help you improve function and gain as much independence as possible. Our goal is to partner with all people to live, work and play to their full potential. 

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Partnering with you toward your recovery

Our coordinated brain injury care team of experts provides comprehensive, expert treatment and you understand your diagnosis, providing treatment options throughout your health journey and follow-up care. Care is tailored to meet your individual goals to optimize recovery and well-being.

Brain injury rehabilitation services at Allina Health

At Allina Health, our brain injury rehabilitation program through Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute provides comprehensive care for people with brain injuries. We offer acute inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient therapy, follow-up care, community-based services and resources. Our care team follows a team-based approach that ensures support at every stage of your recovery.

A brain injury can happen at any age due to any number of causes: head injury, stroke, progressive and non-progressive brain tumor, anoxia, encephalitis, encephalopathy, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral palsy, concussion and other neurological conditions. The physical, mental and emotional impact can range from mild to severe. Each person’s challenges and rehabilitation goals vary and may change over time. No matter where you are in your journey, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute is the place to be.

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Innovative technology

We use the latest evidenced-based innovative technology available to help you regain function, including use of augmentative and alternative communication devices, functional electrical stimulation, environmental controls, virtual reality, neurovisual training tools and more. 

Inpatient services

Brain injury rehabilitation often begins while you are still in the hospital. Once your condition has stabilized, your medical care team will recommend the treatment that is best for you before you leave the hospital. In some circumstances, your physician may recommend comprehensive rehabilitation in a hospital setting where we can provide you with 24-hour medical care.

The Institute provides inpatient rehabilitation for patients recovering from a brain injury at: 

For more information about inpatient care, call 612-863-4457.

Sub-acute inpatient care is available through the Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP) at our Courage Kenny facility in Golden Valley. This site is licensed as a skilled nursing facility (SNF). Therapy is provided at an intensity that best fits your needs and goals.

For more information about the Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP), call 612-775-2837.

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Outpatient services

Our comprehensive outpatient programs focus on your continued recovery for those with mild to severe brain injuries, helping you learn new skills and managing symptoms to improve your day-to-day function and regain as much independence as possible. Services are available across the lifespan – from pediatric to adults. A referral from a provider is needed for most services.

To schedule a therapy appointment, call 612-262-7900.

To schedule an outpatient PM&R (physical medicine) clinic appointment, call 612-863-4495.

Specialty services

The Brain Injury Clinic (BIC) offers outpatient rehabilitation for people who have had a mild to moderate brain injury. Our services can help you improve your ability to work and complete school. We’ll partner with you on strategies to improve your memory, concentration, communication, organization and coping skills.

Community services

A wide range of community services are available to help you get back to living, working and playing as independently as possible. These include:

Education and support

Comprehensive education prepares you, your family and caregivers for the emotional, social and physical needs after a brain injury.

Peer visitors provide the opportunity for inpatients and outpatients to visit with others who have had a similar experience.

Support groups provide encouragement and guidance for individuals that have a brain injury and their care circle, helping them to cope with physical, emotional and lifestyle changes following their injury or head trauma.