For individuals who have suffered traumatic injuries and their loved ones, the Oberle Institute at Saint Louis University provides a holistic treatment approach to help them thrive again.
The Oberle Institute is the premier institute for innovating trauma care to ensure traumatically injured patients have an opportunity to thrive in the St. Louis community and around the world.
- Patients with traumatic injuries
- Families of those with traumatic injuries
- Health professionals and researchers interested in interprofessional trauma care and research
- Industry and government leaders interested in improving care for injured employees and citizens
We strive to perform innovative and compassionate care, groundbreaking research, and interdisciplinary health education in order to provide holistic rehabilitation and reconstruction to those who have experienced traumatic injury and illness to help them rebuild bodies, minds, and spirits, foster resilience, and discover renewed life purpose.
In the News
10/27- Andrew Oberle discusses the founding of the Oberle Institute with St. Louis Magazine.
10/27- The St. Louis man who was mauled and nearly killed by chimpanzees in 2012 is putting his name and energy behind a new Saint Louis University initiative to support trauma patients.
10/26- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch talks with Andew Oberle and SLU's Dr. Bruce Kramer about the events leading to the founding of the Oberle Institute.