July 28, 2017
Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center is the clinical site for a 2 year Michigan State University research study. Funding for the $150,000 study was received through a grant by the American Osteopathic Association and AT Still Foundation. The Effect of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) on Functional Outcomes and Anti-inflammatory Biomarkers in Mild- to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury is led by primary investigator and Origami Medical Director, Rebecca Wyatt, DO.
Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation CenterCelebrates Twenty Years & Groundbreaking
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Treat persons with brain injury by using sensory motor reintegration and neurobehavioral rehabilitation in a supportive and home-like environment.
Utilize community resources and real life responsibilities as the basis of therapeutic treatment.
Operate a model program that generates excellent clinical outcomes with cost effective management.