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Neurologic Rehabilitation

Every day, we’re learning new ways our neurologic system can heal. Our team uses both experience and the latest research to help you recover after a traumatic event or maintain/improve function when dealing with a chronic condition, such as Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis. Our team will work with you, your family, and your broader team of physicians to design a care plan that will best meet your short- and long-term goals. 

Our inpatient programs have outcomes higher than the national average. This means that our patients are more likely to return to home and have higher levels of function. Our outpatient programs offer the same quality of care to improve function and quality of life, whether you’ve been an inpatient with us or not.

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  • Neurologic Rehabilitation


    Ann L. Phillips, DPT, NCS, CBIS is a licensed physical therapist. She is passionate about developing community for people with SCI/physical disabilities, and she facilitates the Spinal Cord Injury and Physical Disabilities Support Group for Canyon County and is associated with the Ada County group. Ann has worked with persons of various degrees of disability, age groups, and multiple neurological diagnoses, including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, brain injury (acquired and traumatic), spinal cord injury, and balance disorders.

    Ann graduated with her master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Oklahoma and her doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Montana. She is NEURO-IFRAH™ trained and is a board certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist (NCS).


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