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An A.C. Cop’s Fight to Survive and Inspire

By on 12/28/2017
Former Atlantic City police officer Josh Vadell, wounded in the line of duty, hopes his long, arduous and determined recovery will inspire others.
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Young Stroke Survivor Rides Again

By on 12/14/2017
Sarah Tegtmeier, once a competitive rider, had a stroke in 2015. Now, the former MossRehab patient is working to regain strength and function through equine therapy.
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Horticultural Society Honors MossRehab’s Sachs Conservatory

By on 11/14/2017
The conservatory earned distinction in the Flower & Specialty Garden category. It was one of 387 entries.
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Sachs Conservatory Becomes a Haven for Endangered Monarch Butterflies

By on 09/18/2017
They serve as an opportunity for horticultural therapy—and hopeful reflection.
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Meet Pender, the MossRehab Assistance Dog

By on 08/31/2017
Pender has more than 44 commands, and he assists his human—or in this case lots of humans—in living the life that they enjoy independently.
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Disability Etiquette Gone Wrong: Service Dogs

By on 08/31/2017
It's important to let service dogs concentrate on their tasks and to not distract them while they're working.
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MossRehab Again Named Among the Nation’s Best Rehabilitation Facilities

By on 08/08/2017
Einstein's renowned physical and cognitive rehabilitation arm has again been ranked among the top 10 by U.S. News.
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Prayer, Patience and Persistence Drive One Rider to the Finish Line

By on 08/03/2017
Here's how James T. Davis, Jr., fulfilled a promise to his father.
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New Football Brain Injury Study: What Does It Mean?

By on 08/01/2017
We asked Thomas Watanabe, MD, clinical director of the Drucker Brain Injury Center at Einstein's MossRehab, for his thoughts.
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Camp Independence: ‘I Feel Like I’m Part of Everyday Life’

By on 07/13/2017
The camp is a one-week program for adults with physical disabilities, sponsored by MossRehab.