Clinical Care

University of Minnesota Health (M Health) brings together a dedicated team of specialists from across our department. These leading experts will help you reach your maximum potential, whatever your condition.

With a successful history of more than 70 years, our Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation doctors have established a premier research and training center. You’ll benefit from their expertise in bringing the latest advances in rehabilitation to the clinic.

Our Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation doctors lead the rehabilitation team at the Fairview Acute Rehabilitation Center to help you regain as much independence as possible. The whole rehabilitation inpatient team provides you with specialized, interdisciplinary care. Together, we will create a recorvery plan that restores you to your maximum level of function.

Neuropsychology examines the brain and applies the science of the brain's structure and function to address a variety of complex conditions, both physical and emotional/thought-based processes.  

The University of Minnesota Adult Neuropsychology Laboratory provides neuropsychological and assessments for patients with a wide variety of known or suspected brain conditions. The laboratory is staffed by licensed and board certified neuropsychologists. Patients are generally referred for a neuropsychological evaluation when there is a concern about cognitive dysfunction. Clinic staff utilize standardized psychological assessment tools to quantify cognitive and psychological strengths and weaknesses in a variety of domains (e.g., memory, language, attention, executive functioning, visually mediated processing, and psychomotor processing). The results from the evaluation provide clues in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of brain regions and systems, which in turn can provide information about possible etiologic considerations and treatment planning. Impressions are typically then provided to patients and the referring providers about the results from the exam. Further, concrete recommendations and guidelines are provided to the patient and the provider. 

Our service commonly sees patients with a variety of conditions including cerebrovascular disorders, organ transplant, movement disorders, epilepsy, dementia, traumatic brain injury, demyelinating disorders, psychiatric disorders, and medical conditions for which there is a cognitive component.


Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), combined with hand therapy, is currently a research-based treatment. It is intended to help people with stroke achieve greater recovery of hand function. The hand weakness following a stroke stems from brain neurons destroyed by the stroke, as well as from surviving neurons. The surviving neurons become dormant (not active) through inactivity and suppression from the non-stroke hemisphere. In some patients, rTMS can help dormant neurons reactivate and thereby improve voluntary hand function. More information about this exciting new service.

Clinical Appointments

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and Hand Therapy

To make an appointment or schedule a consultation at the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Clinic (including rTMS), call 612-626-6688. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the emergency room to be seen.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Phone: 612-626-6688 / Fax: 612-676-5059

University of Minnesota Health
Clinics & Surgery Center
Clinic 3J (3rd Floor)
909 Fulton Street SE, 
MMC 2121CJ
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Adult Neuropsychology

To make an appointment or schedule a consultation at the Adult Neuropsychology Clinic, call 612-624-1412. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the emergency room to be seen.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Phone: 612-624-1412 / Fax: 612-624-4458


University of Minnesota Health
Clinics & Surgery Center
3rd Floor Diagnosic & Testing
909 Fulton Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

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