Are you a Stroke survivor?
We offer cutting edge technology and treatment to improve your condition!

741,800 Stroke survivors in 2012–2013

Assess and quantify
to improve


Do intense work with a systemic approach


Maintain brain health to avoid other events


Schedule a FREE Conference Call with a Senior Team Member

  • We collect a brief history of the problem


  • We discuss your medical records if any


  • We explain additional testing/evaluation needed


  • We explain the content of the program


  • We explain the costs


This Is How You Will Improve



This treatment stimulates your metabolism and blood flow, strengthens your

dendritic connections as well as the functioning of neurotransmitters.
You will 
improve your ability to carry out cognitive tasks successfully.



Training & Speech Therapy

You will have a personalized cognitive brain training to stimulate, train, and rehabilitate the main

cognitive skills (perception, attention, memory, reasoning, etc.) and the components that make them up.



You will receive non invasive Brain stimulation sessions to modulate cortical excitability and

inducing lasting effects


Physical Therapy

Physical therapy will help you improve your physical function and 
You will have training in activities of daily living to help you

become more independent



You will have ongoing consultations with a trained TBI coach to discover;
define, and move towards your desired goals and track progress

Our Team

  • Dr. Alain Ptito
    Dr. Alain Ptito Neuropsychologist
  • Dr. Philippe Estérez
    Dr. Philippe Estérez Family Doctor
  • Marcos Rodrigues
    Marcos Rodrigues Physiotherapist

What is post-stroke rehabilitation?

The types and degrees of disability that follow a stroke depend upon which area of the brain is damaged. Generally, stroke can cause five types of disabilities:

Problems controlling movement: 

Hemiplegia, hemiparesis,  ataxia. 

Sensory disturbances including pain:

Symptom known as paresthesias, neuropathic pain, thalamic pain syndrome or frozen joint.

Problems using or understanding language (aphasia):

Expressive aphasia, receptive aphasia or global aphasia.

Problems with thinking and memory:

Snosognosia, neglect or apraxia.

Emotional disturbances:

Anxiety, frustration, anger, sadness, depression and a sense of grief.



Consent and Acknowledgements and 1 hour consult Medical History and Stroke Background


Balance, movement control and Gait assessment


Medical examination: Quantitative EEG, ERP, MRI and blood tests if needed


Neurocognitive Testing


Functional and Speech Assessment


Feedback for Results and Treatment Plan

Functional neurology stroke prevention strategies

Healthy, whole foods diet with lots of veggies

Nourish the brain and its arteries instead of harming them.

Stable blood sugar

High blood sugar inflames the brain and hardens and clogs the arteries, which can lead to stroke. People with Type 2 diabetes are up to four times more likely to have a stroke.

Regular exercise

Exercise keep blood vessels healthy Regular exercise lessen the severity of a stroke and improve recovery.

Custom supplementation

Targeted high-quality supplements that help support the arteries, stabilize blood pressure, improve circulation to the brain, dampen inflammation, and balance blood sugar can all help lower your risk of stroke or help you better recover.

Functional neurology rehabilitation

We activate specific areas of your your brain while developing neuroplasticity, the brain’s remarkable ability to create new neural connections.