Portable, point-of-care MRI offers many new opportunities, such as scanning at the bedside or serial monitoring of a patient (i.e. daily or weekly). We demonstrate feasibility and initial results of a portable 64 mT MRI in a stroke rehabilitation setting. Six recovering stroke patients received such exams; four of them were serially monitored, each receiving four exams. Each exam consisted of T2-W, T1-W, FLAIR and DWI imaging. Different cases are highlighted to demonstrate the utility of point-of-care MRI in a rehabilitation setting.