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Health Benefits from Nature and Pate Wildlife Habitat

The healing power of nature is beginning to be validated by science. Health benefits from nature include improvements to blood pressure and drops in overall stress. But people have always known that it just feels better to be in a green space. Did you know our Anna Texas treatment center is a National Wildlife Federation [...]
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Pate Joins Coventry Network for Worker’s Comp

We’re delighted to announce that on August 1, 2016, Pate Rehab joined the Coventry Network as a provider of traumatic brain injury (TBI) rehabilitation services. The Coventry integrated network is the largest national workers’ compensation network in the industry.

Coventry includes carriers such as First Health, Liberty Healthcare, Travelers, Texas Star and many other exceptional insurance carriers.

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Supported Living Home Reveal

We're excited to reveal the beautiful, all-new look for our Supported Living home which provides long term care for brain injured people. Located on our ranch north of McKinney, the house has a small number of residents who live together in a supportive community. Now it's even better with an HGTV worthy makeover featuring comfy [...]
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Genius Therapist Invents Post-Stroke Crochet Device

Pate has really smart, creative therapists. Angie at our Dallas location heard that one of her patients dearly loved to crochet, but it was impossible to do after her stroke. The stroke had affected this woman on one side (which is very common) and she could only use one hand. Managing yarn and needles and [...]
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Exoskeleton Enables Walking at Pate

After an acquired brain injury, some people lose the ability to walk. They have to relearn these skills which can be a difficult and lengthy process. Pate offers aquatic therapy which is very helpful to walking rehab due to the buoyancy of the water. Here's the latest technology we are testing...it's called a robotic exoskeleton. [...]