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Neurobalance Center

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health, Health Care, Neurology & Neuroscience, Rehabilitative Care

Mission: to provide education, healthcare, rehabilitation, fitness, research, support and community under one roof to those living with neuromuscular and autoimmune conditions that threaten independence.

Target demographics: those concerned about loss of mobility and independence

Direct beneficiaries per year: 715 individuals providing 10,000 services to those living with MS, PD, Stroke, Epilepsy, CP, TBI, ALS,...

Geographic areas served: Northwest Suburban Chicagoland

Programs: fitness classes, personal training, physical therapy, chiropractic care, occupational therapy, massage therapy, infusion services, educational programs, functional medicine and functional neurology services, nutritional services, and more.

Community Stories

24 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Karen B.7

Client Served

Rating: 5

I have been going to the NeuroBalance Center since July 2018 and it is the BEST decision that I ever made. From the moment you walk through the doors your mood can't help but improve -- the staff members are all so friendly and knowledgeable, the classes are fun, and using equipment that has been modified to address physical limitations is a Godsend. It is so nice to have a place to go where you can find individuals who understand your specific disability and the limitations that come with it. Everyone at NBC does such a great job helping people adjust to living their "new normal". And trust me, THAT is NOT an easy thing to do.You can tell that Joy and her associates put a lot of thought and care into designing the NBC facility. They remembered all the little things that others might tend to forget -- like building a relaxing outdoor patio with lovely tables and chairs, growing an elevated vegetable garden which allows patrons to take home fresh herbs and vegetables, and having a reception and waiting area with couches, tables and paintings that make you feel at home. It is all those little things that help to make one forget all the challenges that they may face in everyday life.I have never been to a facility like the NeuroBalance Center before and I am so happy that I get to experience it each and every week.