Christine Weaver is the CEO and Founder of Neuropraxis and has dedicated over 29 years to working in the field of brain injury in various settings such as the trauma unit, intensive care unit, acute hospital, acute rehabilitation, post-acute residential rehabilitation, out-patient and in home and community settings.
She has an extensive clinical background with a strong knowledge of the best practices in neurological rehabilitation as well as extensive management level experience.
The Neuro-developmental Treatment Association (NDTA) has certified Ms. Weaver as a Neuro-Developmental treatment therapist since 1993 and she is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) since 2004.
Ms. Weaver received her Master’s of Advanced Studies Degree in Health Law from the University of California – San Diego.
She is certified as an occupational therapist by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) since 1992 and the Board of Occupational Therapy in California (CBOT).
An expert witness and a medical-legal expert since 2004, Ms. Weaver is a certified life care planner by the International Commission on Health Care Certification (ICHCC).
She is a legal consultant in designing life care plans that projected future costs via research-based recommendations.
Neuropraxis is a comprehensive and individualized home and community brain injury program to bridge the gap in the continuum of care in neurological rehabilitation to prevent re-admissions and complications; and to improve overall quality of life after a brain injury.