Helping patients to reach their best selves following a stroke, concussion or traumatic brain injury.

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IRG Brain Fit combines physical therapy and strategic cognitive and cardio programs to boost brain recovery. Paired with South Sound's high-quality physical therapy services, the Brain Enhancement and Recovery System (BEARSTM) from ABI Wellness can help patients to recover from acquired brain injuries faster while improving cognition and overall well-being.

IRG Brain Fit can help patients who are struggling with:

  • Returning to work following an injury
  • Cognitive decline
  • Memory or recall
  • Organizing and planning
  • Cognitive sports enhancement

Is IRG Brain Fit right for you?
Take our quick self-assessment below. 

  1. Have you experienced a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other acquired brain injury?
  2. Was your injury at least three months ago?
  3. Are you struggling with concentration, brain fog, or other cognitive functions such as planning?

If you answered “yes" to all of these questions, you are a great candidate for IRG Brain Fit. IRG Brain Fit is for patients who have experienced an acquired brain injury and are dealing with chronic cognitive impairments. If you have not experienced an acquired brain injury or it occurred less than three months ago, we have other resources to help you to be your best self.

The four pillars of BEARSTM

IRG Brain Fit implements a multifaceted approach to help patients return to living their lives. Backed by science, the four pillars of BEARSTM set patients up with the tools needed to overcome the various struggles that are associated with brain injuries. Coupled with care from IRG's compassionate physical therapy providers, IRG Brain Fit strengthens the connection between the body and the mind to promote healing.

This service will be offered in early 2022. Stay tuned for more information! Our flexible services accommodate your schedule with availability at your local South Sound clinic.



Listen to IRG President & CEO Shannon O'Kelley, MPT, discuss how physical therapists can take advantage of the brain's ability to heal to get patients better, faster on the Brain Mastery Podcast! Episode available on Spotify, Amazon and Apple.

Finding a provider for TBI, stroke or concussion care:

Washington State Community Living Connections provider database

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services long-term care information

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Aging and Long-Term Support Administration (ALTSA) TBI support:

TBI resource guide

Caregiver information – manual for those caring for loved ones with TBIs

Additional resources:

TBI Events Portal

Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA)