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The program runs from September through May on weekdays in our Romulus and Troy locations.

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Special Tree Launches ZeroG

Cutting-edge rehab support system helps patients relearn walking after traumatic injury

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Our whole person approach to rehabilitation encompasses one’s body, mind, heart, and spirit. We call it the Science of Caring®, and it is at the center of everything we do. Helping you find increased independence and a smooth path to recovery is our top priority.

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A Caring Team of Experts

A Leader in Brain Injury & Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

Our experienced team of rehabilitation specialists use cutting-edge treatments and best practices in traditional and alternative therapies to help you in your recovery. We’re experts at rebuilding lives.

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By Melissa Tapp, MT, CBIS

What is Lymphatic Drainage Therapy ?
Lymphatic Drainage Therapy is a gentle manual therapy that addresses the body’s fluids.  When our lymphatic system is working correctly it helps the body to circulate stagnate fluids, filter out toxins and foreign substances, and maintain a healthy immune system. Techniques are used to help fluid recirculate through the natural lymphatic pathways.  When a person exhibits fluid retention or edema, this treatment can be used in an attempt to decrease this swelling.

Congratulations to the eight Special Tree team members who recently passed the exam to become Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS).  They join 120 Special Tree team members who have earned the voluntary certification since 2004.  It requires class time, extensive preparation, and passing a national exam administered by the American Academy for the Certification of Brain Injury Specialists (AACBIS).  Initiated by the BIAA the AACBIS program was established in 1996 to improve the quality of care given to individuals with brain injuries through the continuing education of those who work i