Center for Neurorehabilitation
Welcome to the Center for Neurorehabilitation at Boston University College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College. Our team leads research, educational, and clinical activities in a single location all with the goal of directly impacting the quality of rehabilitation for persons with neurological disorders.
These activities highlight the importance of exercising and rehabilitation in managing Parkinson Disease. We are dedicated to helping people with Parkinson Disease improve quality of life and day to day function through exercise.
Message from our Director
On behalf of our clinical team, we want you to know that we are dedicated to providing physical therapy services in this unprecedented time. In line with the guidelines at Boston University, all of our Physical Therapists are vaccinated. As a precaution, all of our therapists and staff undergo weekly COVID testing to keep our patients safe. We require “masking” of all Physical Therapists, staff and patients to optimize a safe environment for all. We are providing in-person visits and offer video conferencing (telemedicine visits) to allow us to meet your needs remotely. This enables us to continue our mission to offer expert physical therapy services to people with Parkinson disease. Please reach out to us to learn more about this option or to schedule a visit.
Terry Ellis, PT, PhD, NCS
Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training
Director: Center for Neurorehabilitation