The Burke Restorative Neurology Clinic provides an individualized exercise program using state of the art robotic devices appropriate for individuals with neurologic impairments or wheelchair bound, who want to maintain or improve their motor recovery, cardiovascular endurance and muscular stamina. This includes upper limb robotics for arm and/or hand weakness and paralysis. In the future, lower limb robotics for leg, ankle and foot weakness and paralysis will also be offered.
Our staff has qualifications ranging from certifications by nationally- and internationally-recognized medical organizations to master’s degrees and doctorate degrees in physical and occupational therapy.
The Burke Restorative Neurology Clinic is not standardized therapy and medical insurance does not cover membership charges. The Burke Restorative Neurology Clinic is a self-pay program. The Clinic is currently offering one free 6-week robotic therapy workshop (18 total sessions) to veterans, with proof of service.
All prospective members will be pre-screened to determine if a caregiver is required during the therapy session to assist the participant with their exercise program or self care needs. A physician approval is required by all participants.
STEPS 1 – Complete all forms. (See Forms box to download.)
- Please complete the top part of the page and have your doctor sign where indicated on the form.
- Your doctor’s office can FAX your physician approval form to 914-597-2796.
STEP 2 – Return all forms to The Burke Restorative Neurology Clinic via email to ROBOTICS@BURKE.ORG, fax 914-597-2796 or mail to:
The Burke Restorative Neurology Clinic – Robotics
785 Mamaroneck Ave., The Burke House
White Plains, NY 10605
- We will call to schedule an appointment only when all forms have been received.
To learn more about Burke's Restorative Neurology Clinic and stroke survivor Marc Tesler who helped make it possible, watch the video clip below.
To get a brief overview of how Burke's robots help post-stroke patients increase upper body strength and control, watch the clip below from Al Roker's 2007 special, "Brain Attack: A Stroke Survival Guide."
For additional info, watch this CBS News segment featuring stroke survivor Brad Berman, his wife, Jessica and Dylan Edwards, Ph.D., P.T.
If you have any questions, please visit our Commonly Asked Questions page or call (914) 597-2111.
We look forward to meeting you!