"Getting You Back to the Life You Love"
Since 1915 Burke Rehabilitation Hospital has had one singular goal, to help patients achieve the highest level of independence following a life changing illnesses, injury or surgery.
From a young man who sustained an injury that forced a below-the-knee amputation, to a father and husband who experienced a stroke, to a lawyer who underwent spinal surgery, to a woman who suffered a traumatic brain injury; Burke helped these and tens of thousands of other patients get back to the lives they love.
View Burke's "Getting You Back to the Life You Love" advertising campaign:
Burke's "Official Sponsor" Advertising Campaign
Over the years, Burke has helped tens of thousands of patients: from a young man who suffered a traumatic brain injury, to a grandmother who experienced a stroke, to a father who has recently undergone lifesaving cardiac surgery, Burke helps patients get back to the life they love. You could say that Burke has been the "Official Sponsor" of many of life's special moments for the past century.
Radio ad - Cardiac Rehabilitation
"My dad loves coaching Little League. It's always been his passion. He coached me, now he's coaching my kids. Last season, he underwent cardiac surgery. I wasn't sure if he'd ever get back to coaching. But he chose the right rehabilitation program and took it one step at a time."
Radio ad - Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
"I have always felt like daddy's little girl. And when he experienced a spinal cord injury, I worried he would never be the same vibrant, independent person he once was. That was a year ago. It took hard work and the right rehabilitation hospital, but last month at my wedding, he walked me down the aisle."
Radio ad - Stroke Rehabilitation
"One of my favorite things is baking with my granddaughter. After my stroke last year, I worried we wouldn't be able to bake together anymore. You can imagine how heartbreaking it was when she asked if we would ever make my famous cupcakes again. It motivated me to get better."
Radio ad - Brain Injury Rehabilitation
"My husband and two sons are weekend warriors. They love adventures like rock climbing. They always stay safe and take the right precautions. But my husband wasn't prepared for ice on our driveway. He slipped and hit his head. Traumatic brain injury is a frightening thing, but he wasn't scared."