April Pruski, M.D. | Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation

April Pruski, M.D. | Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation

April Pruski, M.D., is a stroke and brain injury rehabilitation specialist serving patients in the Baltimore area. Dr. Pruski specializes in neurologic rehabilitation of patients who have suffered a traumatic brain injury or stroke. Her expertise spans from inpatient rehabilitation of acute stroke patients to outpatient spasticity management, noninvasive brain stimulation and other treatments that aid in recovery of neurologic functions.

Dr. Pruski trained at New York University Langone Rusk Rehabilitation for her residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation. She also completed the Acupuncture Integrative Medicine Program for Physicians at the Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York.

Outside her medical practice, Dr. Pruski has been involved in several research studies, has taught in a masters-level program and took part in numerous volunteer opportunities, including serving as a Special Olympics physician.

To learn more, visit hopkinsmedicine.org/april-pruski


  1. Chris Balazs on September 3, 2019 at 3:42 pm

    I’m suffering from the worst thing ever my tbi is this
    Extensive multiple foci of acute/subacute ischemia/infarction throughout
    the predominantly left cerebral hemisphere, most prominently involving
    the basal ganglia nuclei, parieto-occipital cortex, and frontoparietal
    cortex. Moderate involvement of the right lateral putamen/external

    Is there any hope for somebody like me to get better

  2. EJ Findlay on September 3, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    what is the chance of surviving a massive stroke and severe brain damage?

  3. Gaurang Singh on September 3, 2019 at 4:20 pm

    mam My mom Is suffering from major brain stroke on 29jan 2018 is there chance for her recovery

  4. Andrew O’Toole on September 3, 2019 at 4:37 pm

    Perhaps the rudest woman I have ever met. Do NOT let her have any interaction with your children, because she will do her best to belittle them and make them feel inadequate. I have no idea if this woman is still working in pediatrics, though I sure hope not…

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