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A Closer Look: Physical Therapist Neera Prabhakar on Stroke Rehabilitation

By on 03/20/2017
Stroke patients' lives change in many ways. Here's how rehab gets them back on the road to recovery.

Patient Ties the Knot During Stay at MossRehab

By on 03/10/2017
The MossRehab staff added enthusiasm and bells and whistles like tying cans to the groom’s wheelchair and providing food and decorations.

U-Del Wheelchair Racing Trainer Project Rolls On

By on 02/21/2017
Based in part on their testing at MossRehab last semester, work is continuing on the trainer this semester.

Einstein Injury Analysis Report Podcast: Week 16 Player Commentary 2016

By on 12/22/2016
Dr. Brett Sweitzer weighs in on multiple players experiencing hamstring injuries and why they're the most common injury.

Robotics Team Learns About Rehabilitative Tech at MossRehab

By on 12/19/2016
Members of the Lower Merion High School team visited MossRehab this week to see how some of that technology works.

Einstein Injury Analysis Report Podcast: Week 15 Player Commentary 2016

By on 12/16/2016
Rosemarie Boehm, MD, weighs in on Wendell Smallwood's and Matt Tobin's grade 2 MCL injuries.

Testing a Treatment for Phantom Limb Pain

By on 12/15/2016
Research by Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute and Penn Medicine into a treatment for phantom limb pain received TV news coverage.

MossRehab Program Shows How to Communicate When Communication is Difficult

By on 06/14/2016
People with speech, language and cognitive disorders can sometimes be hard to understand, but communication is a two-way street.

Disability Etiquette: Visual Impairment

By on 09/11/2015
What you need to know to make interactions with visually impaired people more respectful.

Disability Etiquette Gone Wrong: Prosthetic Hands

By on 08/26/2015
What's the right thing to do? How do you avoid a potentially awkward moment for both of you?