The Moulay Ali Institute for Rehabilitation (MAIR), located in Marrakech, Morocco (North Africa), is a private, not-for-profit clinic specializing in medical treatment and research in the field of neuro-rehabilitation. We provide services to children and adults with cerebral palsy and its complications, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, spine and chronic pain, and many other neurological conditions.
Founded in 2015 by the U.S. non-profit Zahra Charity, MAIR clinic is the only American-inspired neuro-rehabilitation facility in Morocco, North Africa. In its more than two years of operations, MAIR has grown from a clinic treating 2-6 patients per day to a nationally-renowned neuro-rehabilitation institution treating 40-50 patients per day with a waiting list of over 100 patients and growing, due to space limitations.
Patients travel from across the nation – and even from other countries – to MAIR clinic for its proactive, rigorous and innovative approach of neuro-rehabilitation.
Patients at MAIR clinic get more than just medical care: They are considered family from day one, so they get an experience that brings healing and hope. As an outpatient facility, MAIR thrives to empower patients and their family to do more at home, a necessary precondition for admission at MAIR.
MAIR’s team of highly specialized and experienced therapists (“aspiring neuro-therapists“ as we like to call them) who are dedicated to helping their patients rebuild their lives with hope, independence and dignity. They are also advocating for their full inclusion in all aspects of community life while promoting safety and injury prevention.
MAIR therapists work with each patient (children and adults) to create a blueprint for maximal recovery, tapping into the American model for neuro-rehabilitation, state-of-the-art medical care, therapeutic equipment and comprehensive educational services. Our staff members also serve as ambassadors to help patients navigate their journey over a lifetime. We are always trying to be a well-coordinated team, working together to help patients and their families obtain the care they need and much, much more!