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.
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Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation CenterCelebrates Twenty Years & Groundbreaking
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Gunner is a loving, caring beagle who loves to give kisses! He can hardly control himself when we pull into the driveway. He loves being at Origami and bringing smiles to not only clients faces, but staff as well. Gunner was born in 2015 and loves to show off his tricks especially if you have a nice treat in hand.
Waldo was born in 2008. He is a chocolate lab mix. His favorite games are playing keep a way, chasing tennis balls, and tug of war. Waldo enjoys spending time with his Origami friends, giving and receiving lots of hugs and physical therapy. He also loves to walk the pathways at Origami.