Vanguard Rehabilitation Physicians of Texas proudly serves clients in Greater Houston and the Surrounding Areas.
We provide Physician services to manage complications related to stroke, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological disorders. This may include treating the physical, cognitive, behavioral, emotional and vocational needs of our brain injury clients.
Spasticity occurs when a muscle becomes too tight. It sometimes happens in your limbs after a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other disorders. Our team considers the severity of your spasticity and provides treatment that may be most effective for you. This may include injections or other forms of care.
Dizziness or loss of balance is a common complaint in doctors’ offices. We diagnose and treat certain vestibular disorders that may impact your daily life.
Migraines can be very disabling and impact your ability to function. We take a comprehensive approach to treatment which may include medications, injections, or other methods.
The goal for each client is to help achieve the most mobility and function possible. At Vanguard, we provide wheelchair evaluations to assist with gaining mobility.
Return to work/school
Physician services to coordinate returning to everyday life for you and your family.
Margaret B. Oni, MD
Dr. Margaret B. Oni is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist in Katy, Texas. She completed her Medical School training at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Oni then went on to complete Residency at Baylor College of Medicine/UT-Houston PM&R Alliance. This was followed by Fellowship training in Brain Injury Medicine at TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital.
She is Board Certified in Brain Injury Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
Vanguard Rehabilitation Physicians of Texas
633 East Fernhurst Drive, Suite 903
Katy, Texas 77450
Mon-Fri 9am - 5 pm
What is a brain injury?
A brain injury may be caused by trauma or may be acquired due to a medical illness. A Traumatic Brain Injury is due to some force affecting the brain. This may include a blow to the head, a fall, a motor vehicle accident, or some other type of process. An Acquired Brain Injury may be due to a stroke or other neurological disorder. These type of brain injuries may alter one’s thinking, behavior, emotions, and physical state. These injuries impact not only the patient but also their caregivers.