When Gweneviere Mann lost her short-term memory, following surgery to remove a brain tumor, she was forced to navigate life in a new way. Gweneviere, with the help of her boyfriend, Yasir Salem, found she could tackle the challenges of her condition. This was funded by Corporation for Public Broadcasting National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with POV.
Former Pate patient Elicia Leal shows off her “football sized” aneurysm in this video for WFAA as she discusses her brain injury recovery at Pate Rehabilitation.
Pate Rehabilitation joins a small group of organizations that offer Driver Rehabilitation Specialists certified by the Association for Driver Rehabilitation Services (ADED).
The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) is an organization of rehabilitation professionals dedicated to serving people with disabling conditions by supporting research that:
Pate Rehabilitation celebrated National Physical Therapy Month in October. Every year in October, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) recognizes the impact that physical therapists and physical therapy assistants make in restoring and improving motion in people’s lives.
PTs are known as experts in treating any movement disorders. They are required to have a graduate degree,
Pate Rehabilitation was named New Collaborative Partner of the Year at the 5th Annual RISE Adaptive Sports Award Banquet held Saturday, November 9, 2013 in Dallas. Paul Gray, Chairman of RISE presented a beautiful star shaped crystal statue to Pate’s team to commemorate Pate’s involvement and invaluable support of RISE this year.