If you contracted COVID-19 and have noticed persistent symptoms that are making normal life and work challenging, help is available. Don’t feel concerned or confused about what could be wrong any longer. Get the answers you deserve and treatment you need now.
Didn’t have COVID-19 but know a patient or loved one who did who is experiencing lasting symptoms? Nexus could help.
Get back to feeling like your normal self with inpatient or outpatient services at Nexus Neurorecovery Center. Supporting the community for nearly three decades, Nexus is proud to offer this essential program. Learn more about our adult neurorehabilitation services here.
Treatment is covered by most major insurances.
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Some individuals experience mild to severe lingering symptoms after being diagnosed with COVID-19. There are no statistics yet as to how many COVID patients face these long-term symptoms, but it is known that the severity of COVID does not correlate with these lasting symptoms.
Anyone who had COVID can experience long-term neurological symptoms months after they were infected. It does not matter if the COVID infection was mild or if the individual had no initial symptoms.
The lasting effects COVID-19 is having on long-hauler patients are similar to the effects of a brain injury. Nexus is a leading provider of neurorehabilitation in the country, and believes through these therapies and treatment modalities, individuals will begin to heal and develops skills and coping mechanisms to help them do better in life and at work.
The program is available for anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 at least 30 days ago, who is experiencing neurological symptoms that were not noticed prior to contracting COVID.
Nexus' NeuroContinuum sequence provides a range of care for those recovering from acquired or traumatic brain injuries and other complicated illnesses or diseases.
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Contact our Admissions Department for more information and to begin the recovery process today.