Our Infusion Center is now open

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new infusion Center conveniently located at our INI main office.  Patients have already expressed to us how much they enjoy the ease of receiving their IV medications directly in our office. 

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Bringing Yoga to INI

What do you think about when you hear the term “yoga?” Do you think the more flexible you are, the better? Do you think of a hot, over-crowded room? Do you think the faster you move the more benefit you

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Not Your “Average” Physical Therapy

What is Physical Therapy?  By definition, physical therapists “preserve, enhance, or restore movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disability, injury, or disease”.  This is typically accomplished by utilizing therapeutic exercise, physical modalities (such as massage and electrotherapy), assistive

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We are growing!

Almost 6 months after first opening our doors we have added some new staff members to our team.  We would like to warmly welcome Faye Hernandez and Lateshia Graves to the International Neurorehabilitation Institute! Faye Hernandez is a Physical Therapy

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2014 Lecture Series: Spasticity

You are invited to attend a free one hour informational workshop on Spasticity (muscle stiffness) with Johns Hopkins Neurologist Dr. Daniel Becker. You will learn about the latest treatments available to people suffering from spasticity. Spasticity or muscle stiffness is

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2014 Multiple Sclerosis Lecture Series

You are invited to attend a free one hour informational workshop on Multiple Sclerosis with Johns Hopkins Neurologist Dr. Daniel Becker.  You will learn about the latest treatments available to people with Multiple Sclerosis and have the opportunity to have your

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Patient Testimony on Activity Based Rehabilitation

Activity based rehabilitation as it is practiced at the International Neurorehabilitation Institute (INI) has been shown to have a remarkable impact on the function of individuals living with conditions affecting the spinal cord and brain such as multiple sclerosis, transverse myelitis,

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Dr. Becker talks on the role of FES in Multiple Sclerosis

Johns Hopkins Neurologist and Director of the International Neurorehabilitation Institute Dr. Daniel Becker was invited to give the key note speech at “Discovery weekend” on November 17, 2013 in Ocean City, MD.  The event was organized by the Maryland Chapter

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Dr. Becker announces upcoming MS-SCUBA Diving Trip

Ever since the publication of the groundbreaking observations that occurred when Dr. Becker took a group of paralyzed Veterans SCUBA diving, people have been asking when there will be another study and if they could be a part of it.

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Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Explained

Under the guidance of Dr. Daniel Becker the physical and occupational therapists here at the International Neurorehabilitation Institute (INI) use the principles of Activity-Based Restoratiive Therapy (ABRT) to promote neurological recovery by stimulating the nervous system above and below the

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