The Neuro Hub was created when we recognized the need for advanced neurological therapy and rehabilitation that is not limited by insurance mandates, which can often limit progress.

The Neuro Hub is located in the state-of-the art Center of Recovery and Exercise (CORE) in Altamonte Springs, just minutes from downtown Orlando. The Neuro Hub’s therapists’ knowledge and expertise in regaining function and utilizing compensatory strategies can fine tune training programs set up by the exercise specialists at CORE.



Our hands-on, evidence-based skilled occupational therapy for adults and children with a range of neurological conditions uses the latest technologies available in the field of neurological rehabilitation and provides a comprehensive treatment approach that includes addressing the physical, emotional, and psychological components of each client and the client’s family.

The Neuro Hub is dedicated to the practice of helping people achieve their highest level of function and independence. The Neuro Hub’s occupational therapists are informed in the latest research in the neurosciences, and we bring that research to each therapy session. Our OTs work with clients to establish  personalized goals based on symptoms, strengths and interests. 


Dorothee Zuleger, MOT, OTR/L, CBIS, DRS and founder of The Neuro Hub is a skilled occupational therapist in Central Florida.

A graduate of the prestigious Adventist University of Health Sciences, Dorothee provides her passion and 10 years of experience in neurological rehabilitation through a client-centered, evidence-based treatment approach.

Dorothee is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, licensed by the Florida Department of Health. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) and Driving Rehab Specialist (DRS). Dorothee also obtained certification through Neuro-IFRAH®, Saebo, Aquatics Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute, and Balance-Based Torso-Weighting.


Lynette Diaz, COTA/L, is a skilled occupational therapy clinician in Central Florida with 4 years of experience in pediatrics, geriatiatics and neurological rehabilitation. 

Lynette attended Seminole State College and Adventist University before earning her degree at Keiser University. Lynette is deeply passionate about the brain and its miraculous ability to recover. Lynette has completed specialty courses for manual therapy and in neurological recovery and holds a certification in Stroke Rehab.

She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy and licensed by the Florida Department of Health.