Brooks Center for Rehabilitation Studies in Collaboration with the University of Florida
Excellence In Research
Excellence In Research
Established to expand knowledge in rehabilitation science, technology, clinical practice and health policy through excellence in research and training.
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Announcing the 2012 Brooks Collaborative Grant Awardees!

In conjunction with this year’s theme for our Annual Research Day, Brooks Rehabilitation has awarded two projects that focused on promoting meaningful collaborations between research and clinical practice. For more information, click here.

Director of Women’s health published in Journal of Bodywork and Movement therapies

Dr. Cindy Neville, DPT, Director of Women's Health for her recent publication in the Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies.  For more information and to read her article, click here.

New Information Out On LEAPS Study

In the largest stroke rehabilitation study ever conducted in the United States, stroke patients who had physical therapy at home improved their ability to walk just as well as those who were treated in a training program that requires the use of a body-weight supported treadmill device followed by walking practice. To read more, click here.


News & Events 


Announcing the Fourth Annual Brooks Rehabilitation Research Day!

Join us on Wednesday, October 24th from 4-8 PM in Assembly Room 1 & 2. Click here for more information.

New Study Funded by Brooks Endowment Grant now Enrolling.

Neurobehavioral Effects of HYBRID Vs. CIMT for Upper Extremity Hemiparesis Post Stroke. Brooks Clinical Research Center is currently recruiting subjects for an UE CIMT/Hybrid feasibility study. This study will directly compare two known therapies, Constraint- Induced Movement Therapy and HYBRID (combined functional task practice and power training) to determine how each can improve of the hemiparetic arm.

Click here for more information.

Brooks Rehabilitation Clinical Research Center and Neuro Recovery Center will be working together on a new Aphasia and Aerobic Exercise Therapy Study

The new study aims to investigate whether language interventions combined with physical activity can assist with treating language functions following a stroke. Click here for more information.

Conducting Research

Investigator and Staff Information

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Are you currently participating in Research?

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